Since it was 26 degrees again this morning we had a slow start. Our hose froze and it looked very cold and windy outside. I sat in the car as the defrost melted the frost on the windows and took photos of snow flakes. We left after sunrise to drive along Moose-Wilson Rd in hopes to see a bear. We stopped and wandered around the waterfall area, gazed at some of the yellow colors left on the trees, watched a female moose walk along the river near the beaver dam (photo at the end of this post), and then we saw a young black bear! David always picks a great place to go each day. We have not been disappointed with our wildlife viewing. We didn't really think we would see a bear, just hoped to see one. It was near the road up in a tree eating berries. The ranger said he was about two years old. What a treat to watch a Black Bear from such a very close distance. We are having such a wonderful time in the Tetons we have decided to stay through Monday morning. We liked Yellowstone, but there were so many people. The Grand Tetons are a welcome surprise and instead of just a day trip here we will be staying eight nights.