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Today our journey started out late… We woke up at 6am but had to update our travel blog because we were too tired last night to do so. After updating our blog we headed out about 10am to begin our journey to Jackson, Wyoming. (formerly known as Jackson Hole)
Breakfast was the left over Dominos pizza from the night before… cold …
... a photo just outside Jeffrey City (city...my eye) the sheriff stopped to ask if we needed assistance. Nice man.
I decided not to finish my Cajun Dill Gator-Tators. They're not on a par with sour cream and chives.
. Onward through the Indian Reservation. First place you see is a casino. The Indians are allowed to have them in Wyoming but the whites aren't. We stopped at the Indian Reservation Trading Post and Chris bought a fetching t-shirt and I couldn't resist ...
Our next move was over the mountains into Wyoming and the city of Jackson Hole. The city is a major gateway for millions of tourists visiting nearby Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park (our next stops). We enter downtown and our first stop are the Elk Antler Arches in the center of the towns square. Shopping, eating and a walk around the town for some photo ops!
The valley ...
The day began nice; we decided to ride Ruby Red ( the name weve given the bike) to Jackson Hole and got there early.
A short ride to Jackson Hole with a ride up the Tram Rendezvous Mtn and Coffee and waffles at Corbert Cabin at 10,200ft was a really nice beginning. We wander about the viewing areas clicking and video with delight. Some chatting was also enjoyed with the other tourist who over heard our conversations ...
... to get a return ticket to the other side of the lake so we could do the popular hike up to inspiration point.
We got turned around in the middle of the lake due to possible lightening so we got a refund and decided to walk around the lake to the other side and catch the boat back about a 4.5 mile journey.
We couldn’t figure out if we were on the correct lakeshore trail or their horse trail or if they were one in the same. After 3 miles of walking we ...
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