Take 45 minutes from your day driving around looking at mountains and spend some time in this part of Grand Teton National Park. Menor was an early settler to the area and he had a ferry that crossed the snake river. His general store is still standing and open - furnished in the time period when it operated - penny candy and other souvenirs can be purchased. Walk along the trail and see another historic property, the house where area settlers met and agreed to ask the government to take over the area as a national park. Finally stop in the tiny Church of the Transfiguration and be wowed by the views through the window behind the alter - very spiritual.
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