These three skiers were all dressed alike and enjoying the perfect conditions on the day I was there.
Temps were warm enough the squirrels were out digging up a little lunch.
Across the valley was a great view of the jagged peaks of the Grand Tetons on the border between
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Wild animals such as deer and coyotes left their tracks in the snow.
The sun was out casting blue shadows across the frosty trees.
The trumpeter swans who winter at Harriman always honk like a traffic jam when they take to the air on their giant white wings.
They were headed for the open water of the Henry’s Fork of the
They pretty much ignore humans who pass by in the ski trails.
Scenes like this make it well worth hauling a camera with a zoom lens along on a cross country ski trip. But having that camera on board really cuts down on risky and adventurous tumbles down the hilly trails.
Next time I’m leaving the big camera home and I’m going for the trail on the south side of
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