Drove through Grand Teton National Park stopping at all the overlooks yesterday. They lie on a fault line so they are huge with jagged peaks! Walked around downtown Jackson last night. Sweet Western town filled with shops, wooden sidewalks, and antler arches. The National Elk Refuge is here so there are elk arches downtown! Elk lose their antlers every year and only the local Boy Scout troops have the right to go through the refuge and pick them up. They sell most of the antlers and make an average of $65K ! Most lucrative troop in the USA! Took a 7AM Safari in an open truck to see the wildlife in the park. Guide was a wildlife biologist with a fountain of knowledge! We came up close & personal with a moose, saw a black bear, elk, & pronghorn antelopes. Watched the pronghorns stop and look both ways before crossing the road! As we hiked through some of the thick backwoods, I stayed close to the guide with his bear spray! Drove from Jackson to Provo, Utah this afternoon, passing through huge cattle ranches and farms in Idaho. Agribusiness at its peak. Fascinating to drive along the backside (Idaho side) of the Tetons which are much smaller and rounded than their Wyoming siblings! Onto Zion tomorrow morning!