Sunday, June 12, 2011

Teton Valley, Idaho

One of the highest (inhabited) areas of Idaho is Teton Valley, up on the Wyoming border near Jackson, WY and Grand Teton National Park. It's cold and snowy a good part of the year, but when it's not, it's very beautiful. You can find huckleberries in late summer, which are tiny and similar to blueberries, but with a much more intense flavor. Bears like them, too. Huckleberry locations are highly guarded secrets, so I won't tell you just where we found ours. :)

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