Teton View Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was annoyed to see a parking lot at the very top of the stairs...Note to self: Study the guide map before visiting any place with "mammoth" in the name. Oh yes, I didn't exaggerate about Mother Nature's art work. Yellowstone is actually a volcano which last erupted, then collapsed that long ago. After visiting more hot springs, hot pools, and mud caldrons, we ran into a couple from Gig Harbor ...
... you the experience of being a Wild West cowboy for a bit and living on a ranch for a while - and get you to work through your vacation - hence the name.
We had a "light lunch" (?!) and joined a trail with Ranger Jamie up to Taggart Lake. it was a lovely Fall stroll. The conversation in the group along the trail touched on some deep subjects - sustainability, resource management and how to find ...
... snow-capped mountains.
On our last full day in the area prior to picking up our truck from the shop, we decide to hike the Woodland trail at the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve. As we approach the trail head, we were warned by a returning hiker that a momma bear and her two cubs were “right ahead on the trail” and that mom has taken to “lunging” out of the brush at hikers. We ran into a small crowd of hikers who have spotted the ...
It was COLD in the motorhome this morning! Brrrr! We turned on our generator briefly to pump out some heat just to cut the chill. After breakfast, we drove to southern Jenny Lake parking area. The kids got their passport stamps at the visitor center, and then we embarked on an 8+ mile hike. We took the Jenny Lake trail toward Hidden Falls, choosing the more difficult upper horse trail. Wow – what amazing views of Jenny Lake and the Tetons! We ate lunch on large ...
... Ranger Josh was a young chap straight out of completing his Geology Degree and enjoying his first season at Grand Teton. And so with hiking sticks and bear spray at the ready, we along with 15 others (power in numbers) set off on a path next to Jenny Lake to catch a boat that would take us to the other side where our walk would start.
Ranger Josh stopped every now and then to talk about all ...