The Grand Teton, and an old homesteader's barn on "Mormon Row," in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
This was John Moulton's barn. John was my father's Uncle.
Nice pic of the Moulton barn, but where is Grovont Wyoming? The Gros Ventre stream and wilderness is not far away, perhaps this is the intended location's name?
If you use Panaramio on a regular basis, you'll find that they make up a lot of place names that just do not exist. "Grovont, WY" is a great example..."no such address, no such zone."...as the song says. Not only is it a gross misspelling of the nearby river and wilderness, but it gives the impression that such a place is real, simply because it's in Panaramio.
Given the capabilities of the Panaramio website, it offends me that they can't be more precise in the use of place names, but, Hey!...the world is a big place, and ya can't know everything...or everywhere.
And just to set the record straight, this is NOT the Moulton Barn. The Moulton Barn lies about a half-mile due south of this barn, of which I don't know the name. Use the function at the top of the location panel on this page to shift to the nearby photos of the real Moulton Barn.
Is this the barn that is associated with the 'pink house' on Mormon row, or is it the one that is beyond it further north from Antelope flats road?
Great scenario, Mack.
And wonderful shot.
Ciao from Italy
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