Day 10! Yellowstone to the Grand Tetons

Today was a driving day. We left Yellowstone for the Grand Tetons. It was a very pleasant drive, mostly through forests still with winter snow. We had a lovely lunch near Colter Bay eating Teton cheesesteak. We first had cheesesteak in the form of a pizza when we visited with our dear friend Nat in Pennsylvania many moons ago and have loved it ever since.

Lone Tree on Lake Yellowstone

Lone Tree on Lake Yellowstone

Leaving Yellowstone

Leaving Yellowstone

At one point, Simon looked in his rear-view mirror and there crossing the road was a bear! We quickly turned the car around but we couldn’t see where he’d gone to in the forest. If we had been just a few seconds later we would have come face to face!

Entering Grand Tetons

Entering Grand Tetons

Grand Tetons

Grand Tetons

Tetons from Signal Mountain

Tetons from Signal Mountain

From what we have seen on our drive into the Tetons, it’s going to be a wonderful stay.

 

4 thoughts on “Day 10! Yellowstone to the Grand Tetons

  1. Yeah, I certainly see why the mountains are named the Grand Tetons! And Lone Tree Lake in Yellowstone is quite interesting. I wonder why only one tree?

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