Teton Pass
This pass was a "white knuckle" drive for Grandpa who is not comfortable with narrow, twisting roads with steep drops over the side despite the flimsy looking guard rails. The pass provides access from the Jackson Hole valley to the Teton Valley of eastern Idaho.
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The guard rails gave Grandpa Roy little comfort.
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The road is above the trees in this shot.
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Teton Pass is a high mountain pass located at the southern end of the Teton Range of western Wyoming, between the towns of Wilson, Wyoming and Victor, Idaho.
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On the other side, the trees are above the road.
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What Grandpa Roy saw. He was holding the wheel very tightly.
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That's a long way down.
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The white "strips" in the upper left of the photo are part of the road across the pass.
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A looooooonnnnnnngggggg way down.