Sandhill cranes (Antigone canadensis) are captivating avian creatures that grace the skies and landscapes of North America with their majestic presence. With their distinctive appearance, intriguing behaviors, and vital ecological roles, these elegant birds have become a symbol of natural beauty and resilience. We were fortunate enough to see an adult sandhill crane with its … Continue reading POTW: Sandhill Cranes
We recently kayaked String Lake ~ Grand Teton National Park. We dubbed that day as, “The Unexpected Journey.” Why do you ask? Learn more by reading the latest post: Utah & Wyoming Windy Adventures and look for Day 6 to find the answer. Until then, enjoy the vistas of the Teton Range.
Saturday, July 22nd, Day 2. What a beautiful morning. We started our day meeting Stella's parents at the Jackson Hole Campground at Fireside Resort to rendezvous for our morning ride along the Moose - Wilson Pathway to Teton Village, about 5 miles out. Unlike the Grand Teton Multi-use Pathway the Moose, Wilson Pathway to Teton … Continue reading Jenny Lake Hike, Day 2