Wednesday, March 25, 2009

As I turn around and head back towards home I drop back down into the fog but it is dissapating fast. The Tetons stand out majesticlly but it is not that same show I had witnessed just 15 minutes earlier. The last of the fog is now to the east and still worthy of capture by an old artist. I do stop to watch several moose in the Moran Jct. area. They are hanging back in the willows and are too absorbed with morning groceries to pose for me.
I head back over Togwottee and watch that temperature rise even as I cross the 9600 foot pass, By the time I am back in Dubois at 7000 foot elevation it is in the 50's. What a difference location makes.

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