Carl Henning

Le Trois Tetons

The Shoshone called then “Many Pinnacles.” The Americans called them “Pilot Knobs.” The French you know the French, called them “Le Trois Tetons,” “The Three Breasts.” You would think the French of all people would know they don’t come in threes.

Driving from baseball in Park City to Yellowstone, we went through Grand Teton National Park.


Speaking of baseball, we were in Park City to watch grandson Jack play tournament baseball. He gave us permission to leave before the championship game. Jack is normally a singles hitter with frequent walks, but his Nana told him that we would go but he would hit a grand slam in the championship game. He doubted, but did it! His team went on to win the championship. We may be banned from attending future games as “bad luck charms.”

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