25 comments on “Tetons

  1. You keep talking about places I’m going! I will visit my niece and her two kids who are staying with her in-laws while her husband is stationed in Kabul. Haven’t been there in ten years!

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  2. I’d be willing to bet with the state of education in the US, many children (and adults) are unaware what the name means. Brilliant poem. Lovely photo. Cheers!

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  3. <grin< As I was showing her the photos I’d taken of The Grand Tetons, my mother, a French Canadian, pointed out to me that “Grand Teton” is literally translated from the French as “Big Tits”.

    I’d never heard her use that language before!

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