A River Runs Through It…

Bridger-teton National Forest%0AJackson

A borrowed title perhaps, but it seems the best way to describe the scene of the Bridger-Teton National Forest as we round Jackson, Wyoming. The Snake River penetrates the Tetons as it winds southward and then cuts west toward the Palisades Reservoir. The river, like so many signs, unlocks a pathway for us to follow. It leads us into the landscape and once we are consumed by the vista, it loses us amid the hills. Knowing when to follow signs toward a path is important, but half of the fun is in discovering where the path leads us when all the signs have disappeared. The wilderness bursts forth from the landscape and we enjoy getting lost in the energy of the scene.

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