When I started to prepare to write this post, my intention was to write about our excursion into Idaho during our visit to Grand Teton National Park. We drove the Teton Pass Highway over the mountains into Idaho, and along the way, we stopped at Teton Pass. I was going to mention that in my Idaho post, but once I started going through the pictures, I decided that Teton Pass was worthy of its own post.
Teton Pass sits at an elevation of 8431 above sea level and is about 11 miles west of Jackson, WY, and about 5 miles […]
Snapping this photo felt very gratifying to me. Why? I think it’s because it captured the essence of Grand Teton National Park perfectly, without the need for words. So maybe I should just not say anything about it and end my struggle to find the right words. The stunningly beautiful Grand Teton Mountain Range is the centerpiece of the park, but that’s not the only reason to visit–you must see the wildlife, and it’s the combination of the mighty beast against the backdrop of the rugged peaks that makes you pause and ponder the wonder of God’s creation.