Evening up at Mormon Row with The John Moulton Barn. I spotted a Great Blue Heron as it flew off. The Gros Ventre Mountains lie to the east of Mormon Row and Jackson.
Picnicking at the shore.
The Moulton Barn sits across from the Tetons.
Menor’s Ferry once belonged to William D. Menor who came to Jackson Hole in 1894, taking up a homestead beside the Snake River. Here he constructed a ferryboat that became a vital crossing for the early settlers of Jackson Hole Valley. Pictured is a replica. The ferry needs the Snake River to be at a certain level to operate, so it is primarily river-dependent. But visitors can typically ride the […]
America’s most pictured barn anchors Mormon Row, an abandoned farming settlement, posed against the perfect backdrop of the Grand Tetons. Mormon Row was a distinct agricultural community within Jackson Hole. Though it only lasted two generations, it is an example of the western settlement experience. Mormon Row can be seen as a small taste of the pioneer way of life that many Americans lived in the West. It was inhabited […]