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The barn is one of the many out-buildings along Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park. This late October morning arrived with, what we call bluebird skies, and a nip in the air. Water still ran in the irrigation ditch, but ice had formed over the mud puddles. Such a majestically gorgeous place.

 

This community was established in the 1890s by Mormon homesteaders. They occupied 27 homesteads, consisting of both farms and ranches. What a view they had for working their land.

The T. A. Moulton Barn

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