Sassy Moose Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... people. That still wasn't close enough for one elderly gentleman who needed to get closer so he could take a photo with his iPad. Fortunately, a ranger showed up and told the old guy to move. Since it was our first stop, we eagerly marched the 13 miles along the board walks and climbed 20 stories of stairs to view what nature had started designing 640,000 years ago. Okay, so we didn't walk that far, ...
... come here in Spring (I.e. last week June/1st week July) to see the alpine flowers in bloom. Now though, we have the beautiful fall colours of the cottonwood and aspen trees. It is such a short season here - soon (2 weeks max,) - the trees will be reduced to twigs again and the snow will come - up to 300 inches in Jackson usually and 700 inches in the mountains.
I learned what a dude ranch is - ...
... elk antlers that are naturally shed each spring. Most of the proceeds are used to buy feed for the Elk next year. I assume that explains the huge Elk Antler Arches in the town park as well as at the local airport.
We had a few days of rain, rain and more rain accompanied by below or near freezing temperatures. Although this confined us to the RV and nearby lodges and buildings with their excellent WiFi, the end result was tremendously gorgeous views of ...
... I didn’t have the energy the last 5 nights to type, but thankfully, I had jotted down our happenings. It’s amazing how quickly you forget!)
-Can I tell you how many times Annie & I have bonked our heads? To the point of tears. It’s just too easy to whack your head on an open cabinet in the kitchen or when opening the storage spaces outside the RV underneath the slide-outs. I don’t even want to know how many brain cells we’ve ...
... to protect me should the need arise!
Given our, (ok, my) nervousness at encountering a bear whilst walking, we decided to make the most of the free Ranger led walks that are on offer here. The one we had in mind would start at 8.30am the following morning so another early night it was and alarms set at 6.30am to give us time to drive to the start point and to have breakfast in the car park. ...