The name 'Grand Teton' is French for 'Large Teat.' I find this interesting because the Tetons have 3 main peaks.
3 Tetons.... 3 Teats.... 3 Boobs... Is anyone else having a "Total Recall" flashback here?
Oh, and by the way, you find some interesting things when you google "3 boobs." Just saying... (don't click that link if you're at work. If it's safe, YOU NEED TO SEE THIS! HAHAHAHA)
Ok ok ok, back to topic.
During the drive, you will pass a small Drive-In theater between the towns of Driggs and Victor. It's called... The Spud.
In front of The Spud is a flatbed truck with a giant potato on it:
And while the truck is named "Old Murphy" it looks more like Red from the Cars movies.
Hiding in Old Murphy is an odd tater that looks like he's trying to drive. Or just peek at passers by...
...yes. I said Pooh-Tater. If you took Winnie the Pooh and cross-bred him with a Russet, you'd get this abomination.
And look! Not one but two! Two potential copyright infringement issues for Disney to laugh about!
While these towns aren't very big (Driggs = pop. 1,100, Victor = pop. 1,928) there are some nice shops, bistros and bars to check out in the area. I highly recommend the Alpine Wines Bistro off main street. Great soups, great wine selection, and top-notch service!
If you're heading into Yellowstone through Idaho, give Teton Valley a look. You'll miss it if you blink, but if you stop and enjoy the area, you will be mildly amused in more ways than one.
Oh, and tell Pooh-Tater that I sent ya!