Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Driggs and Park City Fall Photos



Going through my recent posts and albums, I've realized there are several worthy fall photos I haven't yet shared. So, here we go: more evidence of autumn outings.

This first shot is me with Bridger, high in the Big Holes, overlooking the south end of Teton Valley. It was our anniversary evening back in mid-September, and still felt like summer.












I've been spending a fair amount of time in Park City, Utah with work lately, and will continue to do so throughout the winter. This was an exploratory mountain bike ride on the Glenwild-Flying Dog trail back in September, with Parley's Summit in the background. Epic trail system, and I look forward to learning it all.













Back in Driggs, near the mouth of Darby Canyon, ready for a run with Bridger. Harvest season is over, and winter is creeping in now...might as well embrace it.
















Last but not least: last weekend, taking advantage of a bluebird day and riding some sweet trails down in Swan Valley. This is Joanne with the South Fork of the Snake River in the background. Absolutely stellar.

Another nice weekend in the forecast, and then it looks like winter will be moving in for good. Break out the long johns!

1 comment:

Bang Potential said...

Hi,

I've had the cover of the Summer 2008 Mountaingear.com (swan diver over an Idaho lake) up in on my cube wall for awhile now and have been enjoying the heck out of it and was wondering if I could get it in file form to use as a wallpaper at least or post on my blog at most). If you'd rather not or MG's policy's prevent that than cool, but wanted to ask and either way say I really liked it. Cheers, John
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