Grand Teton National Park

31Aug17

Since I recently moved out west, I figured it would be a good idea to delay real life for as long as possible and spend some time traveling America’s gems: the National Parks. I’ve traveled all over this world, but never gave my very own country enough consideration. Thus began the plan for the “Super Summer Sabbatical” and we took 6 weeks, drove 6,000 miles, visited 10 national parks + 6 cities, drove through 10 states, and obviously won the prize for Most Amazeballs Adventure Ever. It wasn’t just a good idea, it was a GREAT idea. There are so many incredible things to see right in our very own backyard, and I’m so happy that I finally gave them their due attention.

Prep yourself my dear readers.  Monilogues has a lot to catch you up on from 2015, 2016, and the first half of 2017, but the Super Summer Sabb takes precedence.  Chronology be damned.

The first stop on our sabby was Grand Teton National Park.  We were spoiled right off the bat with this place.  Incredible scenery, perfect weather, and quite possibly the best campsite in the entire NPS system. The one con:  mosquitos.  Those a-holes came at me hard, no matter how much bug spray I doused myself with.

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Site 15 – Signal Mountain Campground

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The unbearable view from site 15

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The Grand Tetons

 

On deck:  Yellowstone

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3 Responses to “Grand Teton National Park”

  1. 1 Ron

    Wow!

  2. Great to see your pics again. Love these, nice Tetons! and I hate mosquitos too!!!

  3. 3 marcsfz1

    So happy to have Monilogues back!


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