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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by ECS, Sep 21, 2006.
Guess this is the end of lawn season for me. Just took these pictures.
Leavin on Saturday for a week in the hills elk hunting.
One last picture. Hope you all had a great season.
Hey thats an early winter for you! I love jackson Hole and the Yellowstone/Teton area.
Enjoy the hunt and bring back some pics..........
We just bought some acreage in New York state, but it really doesn't compare to hunting in the real mountains.....................I long to be back in Wyoming................
Well I will certainly enjoy the hunt without a doubt and will bring back lots of pictures.
A widespread area of precipitation with even an isolated rumble of thunder...will continue to overspread much of western and southwest Wyoming through 10 PM. Through 10 PM...the heaviest precipitation will occur from near Jackson south to Afton...with brief snowfall rates of one or two inches per hour...in the higher elevations. Snow levels are around 7000 feet at the present time...and this is expected to gradually lower to around 6000 feet during the overnight hours. Roads are becoming snowpacked and slick especially over Teton and togwotee passes. Snowfall amounts tonight are expected to range between 3 and 6 inches above 8000 feet...with one or two inches of snow possible in the valleys of western Wyoming.
dude its september and your getting snow...i dont know what to say
SSSSSSNNNNNNOOOOOOWWWWWWW.........next weekend, hit me with it!! give me the week to get ready!!!! can't wait for it!
mcw shut up. I want to cut some more and rake those leaves; thatt more $$$$$ for me; then it can start snowing november heavy.
ugh, snow, I don't even want to think about that yet.