I figured the antler arches are famous all over North America, if not the entire world. I'll show you a couple more images in a second. First I found this in one of those touristy “rubber tomahawk” shops last night and wanted to share it.
For those of you who read Will O' the Wisp, this is proof that silver foxes really exist. This one is, unfortunately, a taxidermy display. It will suffice to prove they are real.
This is one of the most photographed mountain ranges in the world. They have also served as scenery in many movies. Usually of the John Wayne or Clint Eastwood variety.
We saw quite a bit of wildlife. The antelope and buffalo weren't very cooperative for photography. These elk, on the other hand, were willing to stop for a few seconds.
Sorry for the iPhone quality to these. This was kind of an “off the cuff” trip, and I never professed to being a photographer.
If you'd like to wager a guess, or update your guess, as to where we are, I'll tell you if you're right in the comments.
Those of you who miss my regular postings, can get a taste by reading Will O' the Wisp until I get home.
I'll update when I can…Craig.