Fall Colors in Grand Teton National Park

Fall has arrived, and although the weather has been hit or miss lately, the view continues to be spectacular.  Now we know why September is the third busiest month at Grand Teton National Park.  The colors are amazing.  The photos simply do not do justice to the colors.

As I was typing up this blog, I received a notification from Word Press, which is the site that I blog from.  It said today is the third anniversary of this blog!  I was not aware of that.  Amazing how time flies.  And thank you to those who have been following along on our journey.  September 30th will be our last day at Luton’s Teton Cabins.  It has been a great summer, and I will have more next week, wrapping up all of our recent activities and animal sightings.

This will just be a quick, picture filled blog, so enjoy!



Quote for the day:  “Fall has always been my favorite season.  The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” – Lauren DeStefano

19 thoughts on “Fall Colors in Grand Teton National Park

  1. Beautiful pictures! We are in Ouray and I just can’t get over the scenery. Hope your foot has healed. We’re headed to Florida for a few months. Will we see you there? Safe travels

    • How long will you be in Florida? Not sure yet if we will work at Amazon this year. Foot still sore when I walk more than 5 miles in a day. So we may go to Florida early in December


  2. Wow!!! Those pictures are amazing, happy 3 years blogging 🙂 I’ll be in Colorado next week looking forward to checking out the colorful trees.

    Take care and look forward to your recap.


  3. Hi Guys 🙋🏼 We live in SW Montana near Yellowstone and came across your story on YouTube yesterday. We ❤️ GTNP!! It’s our fav place. We plan to. Full time RV as soon as the last baby goes off to college in 4 yrs ……. we are starting the financial prep now.

  4. Wow those pics are dazzling- and I’m sure it can’t even compare with being there!
    I hope your foot continues to get a little better day by day. Cheers 🙂

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