Spring comes late in Yellowstone
In May, the snow holds on to the hillsides, as the Yellowstone River rushes by.
Viewing Old Faithful in Yellowstone
In the warmth of the Yellowstone Lodge, the windows allow a beautiful view of Old Faithful
Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park
The snow won't creep up the side of the mountains until almost late June.
Grand Teton National Park
The Teton mountains are one of the youngest in the Rocky Mountain range. It almost seems you can stand at the base and look straight up to the top.
Cabin on Jenny Lake
How peaceful this would be, early morning, hot steaming cup of coffee and the murmuring of birds and frogs. AHHHH!
Wildflowers are abundant in the Tetons.
This is a flyfisherman's paradise. Wild trout and other species are readily available.
Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park
Looking at the size of there trees on the hillside, may give you an idea of how huge this waterfall is.
The Yellowstone River
This river meanders lazily between Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park.
There are many creeks between Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park
The fog hangs low over Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park.