These wondrous Grand Tetons have obviously been grabbing the eyes of artists for centuries...
The one animal that I love the most and which we did not see this trip is the big horned sheep.
Funny man is trying to take a photo of his short wife and himself..."Hey, I'm down here!"
This is my hat brim.... ^^^^^^^^^^
We also did not see the beaver who built this dam... But we did see again and again and again the Majesty of the Grand Tetons!
And the lakes...
Signal Mountain was a fun hike; and the lunch at the lodge quite delicious. My dear husband said they made the best tuna sandwich he had ever eaten...we went back a second day so he could eat it again.
The snow, the sun, the green and the white and the yellows were all colors that shouted their beauty at us again and again.
and the water falls!!!
I think this picture says it all!
In real time I am sewing together soft stuffed baby blocks from six 3.5" swatches I knit on the trip!
And today I picked up art from the local art gallery that was in the juried art show.
I was so tickled to see that both of my pieces had three colored dots on the back meaning that all three judges had voted my pieces into the show! That does not always happen!
And I dropped off two more pieces which I will show later for the upcoming
member's show: "Animals, Animals, Animals". ********************
It's very hot here!
What are you doing and is it hot summer where you are?