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Page 2 of the the RV Gypsies at Grand Teton National Park
September 23, 2012

Karen Duquette at the Windy Point Turnout sign
Teton Mountain
sign: glacial landscape
sign: glacial landscape
panorama of the Tetons
Mt. St. John
Teewinot Mountain
Grand Teton and Mt. Owen
Middle and South Teton Mountains
mt. Wister
Static Peak and Buck Mountains

Cottonwood Creek

Lee stayed at the top of the hill by the parking lot, but Karen ventured down into Cottonwood Creek, so they took a photo of each other.

Lee Duquette above Cottonwood Creek
Karen Duquette down in Cottonwood Creek

Karen then made her way to the creek. Lee went across the street to see what was there.

Karen Duquette down in Cottonwood Creek
Cottonwood Creek

Karen stood by Cottonwood Creek and took a photo in each direction.

Karen stands by Cottonwood Creek
Karen stands by Cottonwood Creek

Karen then walked up Cottonwood Creek just a bit and took more photos in each direction.

Karen stands by Cottonwood Creek
Karen stands by Cottonwood Creek

Karen felt the crystal clear but very cold water.

crystal clear water in the creek
flower
flower

Karen asked someone to take a photo of her by the creek. Almost to the top of the hill by the parking lot, Karen took a photo of the fall foliage and the mountains across the street.

Karen Duquette by crystal clear water
fall foliage
 

Then Karen joined Lee across the street.

the Tetons
the Tetons
the Tetons
the Tetons
the Tetons

Lupine Meadow and a narrow bridge

a narrow bridge
Lupine Meadow

The two RV Gypsies then drove to the Visitor Center so Karen could buy a Grand Teton National Park pin and patch. Upon arrival, they saw a sign that the visitor center will close tomorrow. (The park stays open). They were so glad they got to the Visitor Center in time.

weather at Grand Teton

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