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A Pit Stop in Grand Teton National Park

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A Pit Stop in Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

The Great Road Trip of 2015

I had driven nearly 800 straight miles from Lake Louise (Alberta), across all of Montana, through Yellowstone, and in to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. It was midnight and I still had 500 more miles to go, but my eyelids were getting real heavy. I pulled in to a parking area near Jackson Lake, crawled in to bed, and next thing I knew, my alarm was going off for sunrise.

I had shot the iconic Oxbow Bend five or six times and I don’t think I’ve ever had a cloud in the sky. Naturally, that morning didn’t turn out any differently.

I grabbed a few frames, picked up a coffee at the lodge, ran over to String Lake, (which was a perfect mirror!), replenished my Pakos stash in Jackson, and was on my way home.

I don’t even think I was in the park for more than 7 hours, including a night’s sleep.

Just like that, and 3500 miles later, the Great Road Trip of 2015 came to an end…

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