Friday, September 20, 2019

Historic Sight

Happy Friday to you! I hope your week has been good; it has been wonderful being at home and settling back into our normal schedule. Today was the first day in two weeks that hubby and I made it to the gym; it felt good, but I will admit sewing was hanging over my head. After we got home I headed to the park with my girls and 9 of our grands to see their art work and have lunch. Since I got back, I've done some cleaning and once I finish here plan on going downstairs to sew. This picture is on the Tram ride going to the top of the ski run at Teton Village. Barbara and I always have such an incredible time together and as well with our hubby's.
After spending the morning at Teton Village we headed out on a drive, looking for wildlife and views.  We didn't see any wildlife, but were awed by the Tetons.
Hubby and I especially love old barns, cabins, schools and churches; this was in a historical Mormon District.  I may have to enlarge this and frame it, just love it.
Also love this shot I got!
I can only imagine what life was life out here during the Pioneer Days.

Love this old barn!
We helped support the economy at Jackson Hole and Teton Village.  These first two days of our adventure were very relaxed, which was good due to the pace we'd keep in Yellowstone.  Stay tuned for more pictures.
Have a great weekend,
Noreen

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