|Not far from Squirrel Meadows is a large, lily-covered area called Indian Lake.
|That's where the loons live. At some point driving out here you slip into Wyoming but there's no sign to let you know. The only way we deduced we were in The Cowboy State was by realizing it wasn't Idaho that paid for the sign!
|There's another great little lake nearby called Bergman Reservoir. The photo below is what Susun saw out of her lens.
|Bergman is actually fed by a small stream that empties out of Indian Lake. The Bergman shoreline has some spectacular views of The Tetons.
|Roaming around east of Ashton is a stark contrast between primeval forests and developed agricultural fields. Seed potatoes and beer barley are the two main crops. Just imagine all the beer this barley field will make.
|Ashton is still steeped (or stewed) in its own history. Many old landmarks dot the landscape and stand as mute monuments to many a story lost in the dust bin of history.
|The lay of the land in this neck of the woods is defined by where water flows. Falls Creek shown here is the major player in shaping how people travel the landscape.