Monday, January 12, 2015


Tuesday we were off to Jackson, WY to share a bit of the town with Justin who had never been there. The drive over Teton Pass was uneventful but there still was some snow on the road. Klara would not let us stop for any pictures on the way, but here are a couple of the West Side of the Tetons seen in early morning light
through a frosty window of the car.

A View from the West at 35 mph

A Frosty Window

Breakfast was at the Bunnery, a well established restaurant and bakery close to the Square. We then spent a couple of hours at the National Museum of Wildlife Art which is located just North of Jackson, and overlooks the National Elk Refuge. 

Elk Preserve and Mountains

Bronze Moose and Valley

Bison Statue outside N.M. of Wildlife Art

Leary Moose

Golden Eagle

Bison Statues

Elk Bugling

 We also visited a couple of Galleries in town including the Tom Mengelsen Gallery and the Henry Holdsworth Gallery. Before we knew it, it was time to head for home and get over the Pass before dark.

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