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Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone

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Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park are some of the most special places on Earth. I am delighted to see them firsthand and be introduced to the guides and resources that will help make my clients’ trip provide memories to last a lifetime.

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Wildlife Galore!

Yellowstone National Park Posted on Mon, August 20, 2018 15:33:14

The wildlife of Yellowstone is voluminous! All of these pictures were taken on just one day in the park!

This is the famous Grizzly 399. She is famous for being a prolific and good mother to a record setting 21 cubs (at last count) over her 23 years.

Bison roam the park in large herds. They use the road, boardwalks…given their size and bad disposition they have the right of way wherever they are. (note these pics where taken from safely inside our car. Do not approach any-wildlife, ever).

This guy is more interested in grubs and worms to be dug up then he is the tourists driving by.

Look carefully under the bushes and trees you never know who is resting there – and whose antlers blend in with branches really well!

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Grand Teton National Park Posted on Wed, June 20, 2018 01:00:36

Please visit Dynamic Escapes on Facebook for pictures of Bison, Bear, Moose, Elk and more!


Don’t let rain ruin the fun!

Grand Teton National Park Posted on Mon, June 18, 2018 18:37:24

The weather in the mountains can change at a moment’s notice. Always prep for rain and cold, but don’t let it ruin your fun! The mountains are gorgeous with clouds on them. Pictures don’t do it justice.

It’s tough to see but there is a bald eagle flying across this view:

Binoculars and a camera with a good zoom lens helps you both find, and get pics of the wildlife, like this herd of Elk:

Welcome to Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole Posted on Mon, June 18, 2018 18:29:15

Elk Antler arch welcoming you to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The town is really just a few square block all centered around this park. Souvenir shops, art shops, restaurants and one of the best ice cream shops I’ve ever eaten in – try the Huckleberry.

But the town is really just a place to sleep and eat when you are not out exploring the beauty of Grand Teton. So get out there and hike, ski, birdwatch…