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Escapee Camp

Some campgrounds somehow manage to not be listed on any guide, map, book or other resource that we have for our travels. Tonight we are staying at one of those, Trail Creek just over the Teton Pass on the west side. It’s a beautiful spot with a rushing creek, wildflowers, and hardly any campers. It does look to be reserved for most of the weekend, though.

Bee on a wild rose.

Bee on a wild rose.

Besides wild roses, there are sunflowers, Indian paintbrush, Queen Anne’s lace, buttercups and other wildflowers whose names I do not know here. It’s very pretty.

Indian paintbrush.

Indian paintbrush.

Hearing up the Teton Pass, elevation 8,431 feet, 18 miles from Jackson.

Hearing up the Teton Pass, elevation 8,431 feet, 18 miles from Jackson.

Trail Creek.

Trail Creek.

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