We hiked out of Shoshone Lake around to the road again. We had called the park before planning the trip to ask about getting a shuttle service back to the car. The ranger told us that he didn’t know about any shuttle service and that he had never waited longer than 15 minutes to hitch a ride.

After waiting for over an hour trying to hitch a ride, I left April at a picnic area and started walking toward the Continental Divide parking lot. I found a nice couple who had stopped there to take pictures to give me a ride back to the car and then went and picked up April.

Next, we drove out of the park and back to Tetons National Park. We hoped to get a campsite at Signal Mountain, but again – everything was packed. We wound up with a site at Colter Bay. Our last day was spent around Jackson Hole and Tetons to check out the park.

Here is a shot across Jackson Lake:

The shot below is another of my favorites. I was walking down the sidewalk and looked up to see this view. I was able to stand on a bench and brace the camera against a building column to get this. I call it “All American”.

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4 Responses to Yellowstone

  1. Mom says:

    Great pictures all around … This last one “All American” is my favorite. You are quite impressive!

  2. miles moody says:

    love the atmosphere you captured with Hellroaring Creek. nice job working with the less than optimal lighting with the Falls shot.

  3. miles moody says:

    I love the Bunsen Creek train B&Ws, esp the first two. Wow, Ansel A himself would likely be impressed.

  4. miles moody says:

    FYI: the shot across Jackson lake is lovely…..could use a bit of horizon straightening

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