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Week 2: 20. Interpretation Of Art

a ‘to do’ – painting it plein air – what better landscape than the Tetons plus my sweet husband gets his visit to a place he loves. Not that I don’t love the view too … smile.

52 Weeks of Stacy's Life

DSC_7359aYou know you’ve found a beautiful spot when there are artists there painting the view. Of course, any time you can see the Tetons you know the view will be good! e saw this artists along with several others on the top of the mountain at Grand Targhee Resort. We took the chair lift and hiked up a little to the top to see the view, which was stunning. This hidden gem is on the “other side” of the Tetons in Teton Valley. 

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About Lietta

Hey, hi there. So much I like to do, so little time to do it all. Happy to have health and time left to do it in this third phase of my life. Ahhh, my profile photo - well that's an old photo, I think about 2006, and even though I don't look like that any more, I like the photo.


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