Grand Victorian Lodge
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... access to the falls. Secondly a much harder hike up to Inspiration Point (about 2.9mls) for a high level view across the Lake. Whilst in Jackson the weather has been stunning. Clear blue skies and warm (80+degF - 27degC) afternoons although the nights can drop below freezing and with a light winds the mornings remain cooler. After the hike(s) we headed back towards ...
Well, it's not far down to paradise, at least it’s not for me / And if the wind is right you can sail away and find tranquility / Oh, the canvass can do miracles, just you wait and see / Believe me / It’s not far to never-never land, no reason to pretend …
- Christopher Cross, Sailing
... was one other family, a merchant marine named Dutee and his son Grayson. Dutee was a great guy and knew a lot about the water because he works on commercial ships 6 months out of the year. Grayson and Walker are about the same age and got along very well.
We started out Kayaking to an island in the middle of Lake Jackon for lunch. The first paddle was about 4 miles. The scenery is really so good it is hard to describe. You can see in some of the ...
... our hotel that was open 24 hours. There were lots of strange people hanging about that looked like they had no place else to go. They did do gluten free ravioli though.
Wills has mentioned before that doing laundry is one of the less glamorous parts of the trip. Wills had not done any washing when I last did a wash in Jackson Hole and so he now had to go and do a wash all by himself for the first time. He was so pleased with himself doing this that he sent me ...
... seen much in the way of wildlife yet; some elk, a moose and a marmot, along with some more common animals like ground squirrels. I’m really hoping for a bear.
Along the way we found a narrow road leading up a mountain that had a couple of short hikes leading to beautiful views of the valley and Tetons beyond. We then stopped at Jenny Lake to do the popular 3 mile hike to Hidden Falls. It was a nice, fairly ...