Grand Teton

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Spent a nice day paddling in Grand Teton.

Floated down the Snake from Pacific Creek to Deadman's bar. No desperate moves required, although snags were frequent enough that knowing how to steer was useful. Had no problems hitching a ride back to the canoe after shuttling the car.

Had a relaxing late afternoon paddle on string and leigh lakes. The water was warm and a bear was kind enough to get close enough for a picture. After we went through, I did hear a few parents telling their kids to sit down in the canoe.
 

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String Lake Pictures

Here are a few pictures from string lake
 

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Very nice pictures.The bear seems to be helping out with some research, thats a tracking collar he has on
Nice scenery down that way.The old mountain men roamed that part of the world
Dan
 
Down here, it can be hard to get a picture of a bear that is not sporting a collar or ear tag.
 
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