With our big rocks checked off and the weather deteriorating rapidly, it’s time for us to be leaving the Tetons.
The crazy rain that evacuated Yellowstone National Park hit here as well, in the form of snow, golf-ball sized hail, and relentless rain. While we love boondocking in nature away from everybody else, we’re glad that we tucked into the Gros Ventre Campground for this one and had nice solid pavement underneath us. The stay worked out nicely despite the generator-running neighbors coming and going, and having to move sites after a night due to availability.
Now we head to Idaho, a quick boondocking spot along the Palisades Reservoir then two nights in a hotel to spend time working, catch up on laundry, and get some cooking done.
Mother Nature even threw in a baby moose playing with mom as a going-away present as we’re leaving the Tetons.

Welcome to the Park

Welcome to the Park - Leaving the Tetons
The mandatory sign photo at the eastern entrance to Grand Teton National Park.


It’s About To Start

It's About To Start - Time to be Leaving the Tetons
This weather is good for nobody.


Sunset Reprieve

Sunset Reprieve - Leaving the Tetons
Stormy nights lead to beautiful sunsets


Still Beautiful

Leaving the Tetons - Still Beautiful
The Teton Range from the Slide Lake area.


Moulton Barn

Moulton Barn - Leaving the Tetons
I like my photo of the Moulton Barn from 2013, but this isn’t half bad.


Morning Weather

Morning Weather - Leaving the Tetons
Two sets of cloud banks in the morning. Weather is getting weird, and it’s time for us to get out of here.


Get Ready

Get Ready
About to head-butt momma moose.


Here it Comes

Here it Comes
Brace for Impact


Momma Don’t Move

Momma Don't Move
That didn’t work as well as planned…


Oh Well

Oh Well
Oh well, off to eat.


How It’s Done

How It's Done
Momma showing how the head-butt is done.


Peace and Quiet

Peace and Quiet
Finally able to eat in peace.


Crazy Hail


We got pounded with hail, high winds, and downed trees


Morning Sunrise


Skipped sunrise for snow…


Little Bit of Moose


A little bit of moose play.