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    Fred9V1ZK
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    Hi all,

    Just some side observations on my visit to Yellowstone and Grand Teton NPs; these two National Parks are adjacent to each other and huge by any standard. Each would warrant at least a week’s stay to explore their major features. If you should visit Grand Teton, I suggest you make it a point to visit the Craig Thomas Visitor and Interpretive Centre. It is one of the best I have visited in western United States. This is a large facility with cavernous ceiling and high-tech interpretive displays. One side of the centre is glazed and facing the Teton Range. It is a photographer’s delight and I am quite sure your family would enjoy the place too.

    Cheers,

    Fred
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    Yeo, Wee Han
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    Wow Fred! That’s an amazing view and Im sure I can stay the whole day just at the centre itself!

    Cheers

    Han

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    ptlee
    Spectator

    Fred,

    Love the autumn colours of the leaves. :smile:

    It’s such a pretty visitor center.

    Han,

    I think you won’t be alone, there are seats just outside for you to enjoy the view :nodding:

    Cheers,
    PTLee

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