Sunday, September 19, 2010

Turning in a southerly direction

Moose cows enjoying a suburban front yard

Tomorrow we begin a leisurely pace that will take us back to Illinois in just eleven weeks.  Hard to believe we have been gone well over one year.  Monday morning we start our trip over the length of Wyoming and by the afternoon we will be in Manila, Utah.
Jackson, Wyoming is a beautiful location.  The town is thriving.  The summer season is just about over and the merchants are getting ready for the influx of skiers that will arrive as surely as will the snows. Saturday morning we visited the farmer's market that is alongside of the town square park.  We found some great sweet corn, tomatoes that taste like tomatoes, fresh raspberries, lettuce and new potatoes. Delicious.
Each corner of the square is accessed through an arch made of elk antlers.

This little guy was all decked out in a hat to match his Mom's

That's all for today. Stay tuned.

1 comment:

  1. Shouldn't you be heading for Arizona, or Texas, or Florida, or somewhere South rather than Illinois in eleven weeks? Just wondering... :)