Photo Journal: The Grand Tetons from 14,000ft
Last week, Berty and his friends took a trip to Jackson, Wyoming. They all had some free time so they hopped in their jeep, grabbed their snow gear and hit the road. It was a whirlwind trip. 2,000 miles driven, 0 degree weather, and ice covered roads were only the beginning! On their last day in Jackson, they got the opportunity to take a plane ride around the Grand Tetons. An excerpt from his website here…
“I’ve always heard majestic things about the Grand Tetons. Family and close friends have always talked about how the Grand Tetons is their favorite National Park in the whole United States. And on January 12th, 2017, I not only got to see the Tetons for the first time, I had the rare opportunity to fly above it. Huge thanks to Fly Jackson Hole for an experience I will never forget.
We flew out with our super knowledgeable pilot, Jeff, and he’s called Jackson, WY home for over 20 years. His experience made this photo flight beyond enjoyable. It’s refereshing to hear about the history of these mountains and the unique perspectives given from a true Jackson Hole local.”
You can find the original post here, along with other projects Berty has worked with.
The Grand Tetons with Fly Jackson Hole
Then it starts to get really awesome…
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