Friday, June 10, 2016

Boulder, Wyoming, Population 30

Just one night here on the way to Jackson and the Grand Tetons. There is a common tail about the mountain group name, but historians point to the distinctive jaggedness of the high country peaks and suggest the name came from the nearby Teton Sioux Tribe, who Lewis and Clark encountered on their expedition. Here, 60 miles to the south of Jackson is a Boulder morning in it's nice campground. The campground exists mainly for folks wanting to fish for trout in nearby Boulder Lake's cool waters.
Here's a short video.

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