From Yellowstone, through the Grand Teton Range into Wyoming and the town of Jackson Hole.

Our trip this day started in Yellowstone, and we crossed the Continental Divide twice stopping at the Issa Lake, right on the divide.
The map above only shows the Wyoming part of our trip. Again, dark blue is the track our GPS made, and the light blue the path our street map chose.  I'm posting the pictures by time taken, and now and then I report the time taken.
These three are at the top of the park -- about 9:16 A.M.

Lunch -- at about 12 Noon. 

More ways than you need to see the Grand Tetons!

This lake and the same one on right is Jenny Lake. 1:43 P.M. 
Above and below is the Church of the Transfiguration, about 20 minutes from Jenny Lake. 
Below is Dan Thomasma, music writer and composer of "We Proceed on Songs of Lewis and Clark." He gave a very interesting lecture at the Wildlife Refuge Center at 4 PM. 
We took the shuttle downtown to see the "Wild West Shootout" which was highly advertised. and over dramatized. 
Afterwards, we skipped having dinner at the "Million Dollar Cowboy Bar", picked up some fast food at the hotel, and turned in for the night. It was a great day.

Which side of the divide is it? 

Randall and Liz at the bus.

All of these pictures were taken from the Willow Flats area.
But gradually, we left the Grand Teton Range behind us and
our bus left us off in front of the Snow King Resort Hotel at the
base of the Snow King Mountain.  It is nearly 5 P.M.

Next, Salt Lake City - Day 5 and 6 and the morning of day 7.