Our first stop on our road trip from Idaho to Georgia was Teton National Park. We quick pitched our tent to secure a camping spot then took off down the road for a hike to Bradley Lake. We didn’t know it at the time, but this blue sky during the hike was the last we would see until we were almost in Georgia. The rain began a couple of minutes before we reached the car and then it turned into what felt like a full on monsoon. Breaking the tent down in the morning was fun using the break-down-the-tent-while-still-inside-of-it-leaving-the-rain-fly-for-last technique. This place is definitely needing further attention from me in the future.
Eight Shot Pano. Full size can be found HERE in all of its glory.
It is fast approaching 2 months since my last post. Since that time we have packed up and moved out of Japan, visited with family in the states of Utah and Idaho, followed by a 3,500 mile road trip to our new home for who knows how long in the middle of Georgia; not the country, the state.. We are still living in a hotel, which is why I have not been anxious to post photos. Processing them on my laptop is slow compared to the desktop and my monitor is not capable of displaying the actual color of my shots. Hopefully we will move into our place in the next 10-15 days and get back to normal.
Well, here is a shot from the first day of our road trip that pretty well sums up how the majority of it went. From our departure in Idaho, we planned on seeing the Tetons, Yellowstone, Beartooth Pass, and Badlands before continuing on down to Georgia. The first day in the Tetons was the only day it was not raining profusely, but it was on the verge almost the entire time we were hiking. Pure photographic frustration!