The grand tetons are the most impressive mountains I've personally laid eyes on. During the winter they would be sopped in with dark brooding clouds for days at a time. They would eventually emerge white and striking. Some of the most incredible sunsets I've witnessed were spent laying in the snow beneath them on cold clear days. In the summer the snow I laid in is replaced with verdant meadows covered in wildflowers. The jagged peaks don't look so imposing anymore. Summer season in the tetons is only a couple months though. It starts near August and ends in September. Honestly it's closer to a California spring than it is summer. Ever since I lived there in the winter I've felt a strong pull back to wyoming. I'm not sure I want to spend another winter there, but there are definitely things left undone. I'd like to remedy that. Maybe I'll spend a summer there soon.
To piggyback on yesterday's post, here are a few more photos from Apgar Village at Glacier NP. Really hope to get back soon and bring some other families with us! 💙 #flashbackfriday