June took me to the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. When I arrived it was socked in with a major snow storm. After a few days the clouds lifted and I presented with the most spectaclar views of the Mountains and the beautiful lakes as well as all the wildfife.
The days are long here – I was up at 4 am driving cautiously through the dark forests from Jackson Hole out into the valley to catch the sunrise at various locations. The Bison, Elk and Moose are abundant here and love to wander in front of me while driving in the dark.
The sun doesn’t set until well after 9:00 pm – many miles and many hours spent exploring this vast and varied wilderness.