GoodBye Grand Tetons

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Today we packed up and left the Grand Tetons, we definitely need to spend more time in this beautiful place next time.  When we first found out that we were not going to be able to drive up into the mountain like20140915_162536 in Rocky Mountain National Park, I was a little disappointed – but then I started to realize that you can’t judge one National Park against another, they are each unique and beautiful in their own right.  Coulter Bay Village was a bit pricey but it was beautiful and it was in the middle of the park so it was worth it.  As we were packing up we met our neighbors, Diane and Gregg from Maryland – they informed us that as we slept all cozy in our bed that a buck was right outside our door eating leisurely from the grass IN OUR campsite!!  Dang it!!

We visited for a while; they promised to email us the picture – Diane got20140916_175734 to try the 3D mascara and said that it was a “blessing” to her – wow that was cool.  She loved it so much that she bought some and texted her sister about it!  I seriously love this Lash business, Kelly and I would love to make a full time life of living on the road – blogging about our National Parks, Younique is something that I can see getting us there.  Oh the dream of being able to be independent and not tied to the 8-5, no more meetings or conference calls – what would that life be like?

There were continual spectacular views of the Aspens changing color and glowing on the way out of the park and into Yellowstone.  It’s a shortDSC_0227 17 miles from Coulter Bay to the South Entrance of Yellowstone – the Fall is a beautiful time of year to come to the parks – the colors are amazing – just make sure you bring your patience because it is the time of year that the parks service does road construction.

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