In September, Rylan and I went up to our cabin near Park City, Utah. During our time up there we made a plan to visit Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. We decided to make this a day-trip, it made for a long day, but we were treated to some awesome views and an amazing sunset.
After passing through Jackson Hole, we briefly stopped at Mormon Row and Moulton Barn. Our drive was briefly delayed by a herd of bison crossing the road, and a herd of tourists blocking the road to take photos and video of the bison. I have always loved these two barns with their incredible backdrop, the Teton Range.
We then headed to Oxbow Bend which always provides a great view of Mount Moran. This is also a great place to view wildlife in the mornings and evenings.
Our final location for this trip was Signal Mountain Lodge and Jackson Lake. This area has a long history with my family, we have spent much time up here and it holds a special place in our hearts. This would also be where we would watch that day's sunset, which turned out to be one beautiful show.
And as darkness fell on the Teton Range, it was time for us to head back to our cabin.