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... but I only saw one deer, which managed to scare the life out of me as it lifted its head from the shrubs about five feet in front of me. Made for a good picture, though (she was kind enough to pose, and too tame to run away).
That night I had dinner at a great local joint (Moose Junction? I forgot to note the name) that was pretty lively – apparently it was Friday night (I’ve lost track of days). I met a local guy who ...
... of the Snake, ruminating as the tourists came and went taking pictures and being very happy at the sighting of a moose. We also saw a large bull elk in the sage near the Jenny Lake turnoff.
Back to our campsite where we hung out until the mosquitoes drove us inside. Mosquitoes here is something we are not used to. I guess because it has been wet here this season, there is a bloom going on.
... it hard to describe the park to give it justice but I think it is fair to say we just loved our day. We have now moved down to a town in the Teton National Park, Jackson. Jeff recommended it to us and it is a farming town with ski fields and heaps of lovely shops. We went into town for dinner and I have worked out the shops I will return to tomorrow. We are here for two nights and tomorrow is going to be our rest day as we are quite tired after our big day today. The high altitude ...
... offer – logs and timber. It was simply breath taking.
We pulled up around 6pm to Angela and Teddy’s house (the famous red roof our guide!) and were greeted with very voracious barks from Trooper, Blue, Trinity and Kola! Mac was able to take a well-earned rest as he was parked up in Angela’s front yard and given a 2 day break from driving and the washing machine started working on our mini mountain of dirty ...
... and Grand Teton National Parks and of wildlife and Indians but while nice aren't really my thing. Still nice to visit.
For lunch, we took a chance on a Thai restaurant named "Teton Thai". On my initial guesstimate on whether it would be good or not, I weighed up the evidence - we are in the middle of the USA (negative), there was a quite a few people inside (slightly positive), someone leaving the restaurant said it was good (only ...
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