The Dragon Wagon

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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Jackson Hole 2016

After our visit to the Yellowstone area, we spent nearly two weeks in Jackson, Wyoming.  Much of that time was spent waiting for our Jeep to get fixed, but we were still able to spend some time driving around Jackson Hole and taking in the wildlife and scenery.

During the first part of our stay, there was a lot of rain, snow and overcast. One evening the sun came out and gave us this brilliant double rainbow.

We noticed that the primary arc had some repeating bands called supernumerary arcs.

We had heard that the fall color had peaked in Jackson Hole a couple of weeks earlier, but there were still plenty of places with nice color.

We saw a number of moose.

It must be quite surprising to discover a moose has taken over your campsite!

We also saw lots of pronghorn.

A couple of images from the Oxbow Bend area

Schwabacher Landing

One morning found the skies very clear, but fog hanging in the river valley.

This view of the T.A. Moulton Barn along Mormon Row
is one of the most iconic images from Jackson Hole.

The John Moulton barn

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