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March 30, 2010
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Honorable Mention

Grand Tetons, Wyoming

     A view of the Tetons east of the National Park near Gros Ventre (pronounced Grow Vaunt) Slide, the remains of a 1925 landslide. The massif's highest peak, 13,770-foot Grand Teton, was first named Mount Hayden in 1870 to honor geologist Ferdinand Hayden, but changed in 1931 to the more commonly used name.

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     Because our subscribers submitted so many great photos, we are including a few honorable mentions this year. The second, featured today, goes to Joan Adams. A third will be announced next week. All honorable mention recipients receive an autographed copy of the companion book, Discover America Diaries.

     -- Priscilla & Ken
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