Bentwood Inn Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Babysitting service
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We had a wonderful day yesterday traveling a loop route around Grand Teton National Park. Unfortunately there was quite a bit of haze yesterday...we're not sure whether it was due to some faraway fire or simply environmental conditions but it did restrict somewhat the vistas of the mountains and glaciers. That being said, the ...
Just west of the Badlands is where the Black Hills are located. (Those who are musical buffs will recognise them from the song 'Black Hills of Dakota' from Calamity Jane.) They form the border between South Dakota and like many American mountain ranges they stick out like a sore thumb from the nearly flat planes surrounding them.
So with a almighty thunderstorm chasing us we headed up into the hills. The first stop off was Mount Rushmore where the heads ...
... was a HUGE class A motorhome & their jeep hooked up in tow. Larry was driving (thank goodness!), as he maneuvered through. We 95% past the motor home when we hear BANG! Our awning arm smacked the driver's side mirror of the motor home and ripped it clean off! I thought we'd both be sick! The guy was pretty nice about it and admitted he shouldn't have been parked there. Larry gave him his business card and told the guy if he mailed him ...
... Hole Campground which was within 5 miles of town and Grand Teton National Park. I would give it at best a two star review, and it cost a whopping $113 a night. We always waffle between the cost of the park and the time and expense involved in staying farther away. Location, location, location. The town of Jackson was cute with a park as the central square, lots of restaurants, gift shops of course and an old stagecoach giving rides.
The Tetons, viewed from ...
... that after our Moose spotting it would be apt to visit a nearby area called, Moose would you believe? to see if our spotting luck would continue.
And so we entered Moose, saw the Moose warning signs, Paulie even dressed up like one but no luck as yet. Then as we took a bend in the road we saw lots of cars pulled over that had obviously spotted an animal of some sort. Wild animal images flashed ...