While still in Teton National Park, we decided to take a day trip to Jackson, Wyoming.
A beautiful view of the Tetons.
We came across a large bison herd.
We made a quick stop and walked in to see the historical Cunningham Cabin.
They were either very short or had to duck on entering the cabin.
A current resident at the cabin.
Jackson is home to the National Elk refuge where large herds from Yellowstone migrate there during the winter months and return in the spring.
That’s a lot of elk antlers!
The visitor’s center had some very good exhibits.
After lunch in town, we drove to the west of Jackson, then drove up the eastern route through the Tetons on the way back to the RV.
This was a good sized beaver hut.
A couple of views of Jenny Lake. It’s a popular place to visit in the park on a beautiful day.
And then it was back to the RV for the evening.