Grand Teton National Park - 15 Hikes and other incredible activity ideas from a former park ranger | Dirt In My Shoes

12 Things You Can't Miss on Your First Visit to Grand Teton

Grand Teton National Park - 15 Hikes and other incredible activity ideas from a former park ranger | Dirt In My Shoes

Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park. Very beautiful. Side note, it smells like sulfur and is very steamy which can fog up your camera.

Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park. Very beautiful. Side note, it smells like sulfur and is very steamy which can fog up your camera.

Abandoned log home in Wyoming. The five-story home of Francis Lee Smith, an engineer who labored on the house single-handedly for more than a dozen years, in Wapiti Valley, WY. For nearly 30 years, Smith's home, now abandoned, has loomed over Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, and inspired many stories.

Abandoned log home in Wyoming. The five-story home of Francis Lee Smith, an engineer who labored on the house single-handedly for more than a dozen years, in Wapiti Valley, WY. For nearly 30 years, Smith's home, now abandoned, has loomed over Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, and inspired many stories.

Crockpot Stew that can cook all day long!    When I try this I am going to prepare the food, such as slicing and peeling the   night before, so all I have to do in the morning before work is dump it all in   the crock pot!

Crockpot Stew that can cook all day long! When I try this I am going to prepare the food, such as slicing and peeling the night before, so all I have to do in the morning before work is dump it all in the crock pot!

Lamar Valley Just east of Tower-Roosevelt, this area provides one of the most plentiful opportunities to catch a glimpse of Yellowstone's exotic wildlife such as elk, bison, osprey, bald eagles, antelope, moose, black bears and grizzlies, as well as bears and wolves. Early morning and late evening are the times of day where you're most likely to have the best luck.

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Lamar Valley Just east of Tower-Roosevelt, this area provides one of the most plentiful opportunities to catch a glimpse of Yellowstone's exotic wildlife such as elk, bison, osprey, bald eagles, antelope, moose, black bears and grizzlies, as well as bears and wolves. Early morning and late evening are the times of day where you're most likely to have the best luck.

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