Monday, July 12, 2010

Sunday, July 11th Vicki and I left Dubois for a day out meeting fellow gallery artist, Devon Meyers and her two kids, Sheldon and Terra for a day along the Falls River that flows out from the SW corner of Yellowstone Natl Park. We had a wonderful day on the river visiting Cave Falls and Horsehoe Lake nearby.
Beginning with a rootbeer break in Ashton, Idaho and finishing off the day with a great Mexican food supper in Driggs. Catching the sun setting over the Tetons on the way back home was a perfect way to end a perfect day.

6 comments:

martinealison said...

Bonjour Gary,
Merveilleux paysages que ceux que vous nous dévoilez ces derniers jours... je vous envie de vivre dans une telle nature. Bises

Carol Anne Brown said...

Beautiful shot, Gary. Love the light on the grasses up front.

AutumnLeaves said...

All gorgeous photos and what does indeed sound and look like an awesome day. I so love split rail fences!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Sounds lovely, Gary! What a wonderful view of the Tetons! I camped there as a child with my family, and I would love to go back to visit.

Janet Belich said...

AHhhh, Those beautiful peaks. Unmistakably Tetons. Great photo. Rootbeeer floats, one of my favs !How's the heel (ing)?

Teresa said...

Gorgeous photo, Gary! What a lovely sky and the misty tops of the mountains.... perfect!