It was a cloudy rainy morning, but we left early anyway and took a beautiful drive. We made a loop in the southern area of the Grand Tetons viewing Elk herds and Mule Deer grazing near the road edges. The Aspen trees are still yellow and orange, and the old cabins were very nice with the rain darkening the old wood. The photo I used for todays post was taken along Gross Venture Rd. near the edge of the Grand Teton border. We continued outside of the Tetons and found a beautiful valley and Lower Slide Lake. It was formed in 1925 due to a massive landslide which dammed up the river and created the lake. The second photo is of two Mule Deer who were grazing along the side of the road near the lake. This evening we went to Gross Venture Campground to look for Moose. We watched a large Bull Moose with two females charge a younger one. It was very exciting, they are very big and they move very fast. Will post some photos of moose tomorrow.