Grand Victorian Lodge
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... They were from Alabama! The young boy had the coolest accent I have ever heard! We had a lot of fun in Jackson, WY . Looking forward to seeing Yellowstone. We should arrive this afternoon. My Dad decided to take us through the West Entrance of Yellowstone. We pass through Idaho and Montana. I will check in tomorrow from Yellowstone! Click Photos for captions
I was very sore today after the Jackson peak hike, but on afternoon work break I committed to going to hike the Valley Trail with Katelin. We left the ranch on foot and headed over to Poker Flats. From there we followed a horse trail that we had previously ridden in with Brad. It took us up to the Valley Trail connection and we took a left. It was more of a walk, but still is a little over three miles both ways. I played my radio to pretty upbeat songs and when we got to ...
As Jon got the RV hooked up (he was a pro by now and never did get sprayed by the sewage), the girls relaxed and I started dinner. It wasn't so hard – just cramped – and in a half hour we were eating a healthy meal of chicken and vegetable stir fry. We all needed a healthy dose of veggies at this point in the trip.
At this location, there were signs up everywhere warning of bears with ...
... and the familiar landscape of red rocks and canyons gave way to more mountainous terrain.
We drove to SLC and briefly stopped at the REI in Sandy so that D could buy new hiking boots. D also made a request to stop at Chick-Fil-a, which so far has been our only fast-food meal on the trip. After navigating through nasty mid-day traffic ...
... the site and headed down to Lumar Valley which apparently, was an excellent place for spotting wolves and bears. The drive through the park was really spectacular and actually topped what we had seen at the Rocky Mountains. Yellowstone's scenery was a lot more varied and due to the bigger size, one is able to see a farther distance with more space for diverse natural beauty. On the way, we saw a ranger in the road ahead and we speculated as to why. Drawing nearer, we ...