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Serene

Now she walks in quiet solitude the forest and the streams
Seeking grace in every step she takes
Her sight has turned inside herself to try and understand… 29 more words

Photography

NOAA: Winter Storm Watch Issued For The Tetons | 2+ FEET Forecasted Above 8,000'

As if the Tetons didn’t already have enough snow, another Winter Storm will arrive this evening with up to 2 feet forecasted for the higher elevations. 276 more words

Weather

TransAm Bike Race 2017 Day 8 - West Yellowstone to Lander

A very early start with a big cold subway chicken flatbread and iced coffee from a can, ready and prepared for a very cold day. The rain had stopped leaving wet roads, and thankfully less wind, this time it’s JP first to move at 2:45 PDT being Saturday I wanted to clear Yellowstone before the manic RV drivers packed the roads. 1,477 more words

Bikepacking

"Bobo" to the Rescue (1986, 1987)

The crack was petering out.  What, thirty feet below, had begun as a tolerable protection “eater” now had become so thin that I could “get in” nothing larger than almost my smallest wire nut.  1,005 more words

Mountaineering

A Week in the Tetons: Moran by the CMC, Owen by the Koven Route (1972)

Mt. Moran (12,600)

Late one morning in July 1972 Eric Engberg and I plodded along the trail skirting the south shore of Leigh Lake in Jackson Hole under blue skies and the weight of oppressive packs.  3,421 more words

Mountaineering

Pedestrian Safety (Wyoming and Everywhere)

We went to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone for Fall Break.  While walking in downtown Jackson, we noticed flags stuck in posts at intersections.  The first time we saw them we thought they were related to some work being done on the wooden sidewalks.  23 more words

The East Ridge of the Grand Teton (1957)

In August 1957 I decided to go west alone to the Tetons. My new climbing friends went generally west in July but I could not arrange my vacation time earlier from Henry Dreyfuss Studio (the… 3,587 more words

Mountaineering