Teton View Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ones. His many awards for racing sit in a display case in the outfitting room. Considering this year’s running of the Iditarod was beginning in just a few days and my reading material for the week was a book about the diphtheria epidemic in Nome, Alaska that inspired the present day race, this was the real highlight of the program.
Another huge feature of this trip was the fact that, after traveling 10 miles through amazingly beautiful terrain, we arrived ...
... TSS, a lovely facility that fits remarkably well into a little canyon just outside of town, provides shared bath and private bath options. While basic, the beauty and tranquility of the area made it a perfect choice for me. And even better was the fact that my assigned roommate, Nancy, and I were the only ones to select the shared bath option, so we had a large three shower bathroom all ...
... here. My intentions were to camp at Jenny Lake for the night, so I was actually trying to plan ahead today and pulled into the campsite area first to find a spot. Unfortunately the price was $23 cash only, and I was down to my last $16. The only ATM's were back almost an hour of driving, so I opted to do my hike and figure out my sleeping arrangements later, like usual. I geared up and hit the trail for a 7 mile hike around the lake. At first it ...
... Hole, Wyoming, after visiting Grand Teton National Park today. It has been such a beautiful journey through all these iconic American Parks!
Crater Lake is the most stunning blue. The water is so pure you can drink it. The lake is over 1900 feet deep, and an 8 inch disc can be seen at 180 feet below the surface! Quite amazing. We stayed in the park itself overnight, which was a treat.
Then on to Yellowstone. Yellowstone was the ...
... out our hike from the guide books a while ago. (One of the only things we actually planned). The visitor center was really very nice and right at the edge of town towards the Park. We had to zig-zag through town (interesting with a 30ft RV and lots of tourist and cars and police on horses) because of the big 4th of July parade through town. I really don't like parades so I tried to find the quickest way out of town as to avoid having to see any part of said ...