Last week, I had my first visit to the Grand Tetons and Jackson Hole (or Jackson as the locals refer to it). From Gardiner, we drove the entire length of Yellowstone, a 4 hour trip from the north to south entrance. For added excitement, the weather offered a constant snowstorm for our trip.
Although I wasn't in Jackson for the most exicting of reasons--I was attending a training on storage tank compliance--I enjoyed the trip. The Grand Tetons remind me of the Eastern Sierra landscape and Jackson has a little California flavor--with a western flair. I also had my first moose sighting out here as we passed through Grand Teton National Park.
No sign of Harrison Ford, but you can bet I kept my eyes open for a sighting. I'll be making a trip to Bozeman at the end of the month for the new Indiana Jones movie--can you believe it's been almost 30 years since the last one?