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Up early and on the road so we can keep on schedule. Sort of... We dropped most of the group off at Starbucks while Mark and I got gas in the van. While we were getting gas the Weinermobile pulled it to fuel up as well. We took some pictures and secured Weeny Whistles for the kids. We picked up the crew and made another quick pit stop at Walgreens for more supplies. Now we were on the road for Jackson. The first half of the trip was ...
Today we drove thru the Grand Teton Mountains about a half hour to Jackson, WY. What a great town! Lots of shops and restaurants with a majestic view. We toured the Ripleys Believe it or Not Museum and went to a church fair where Dylan got Teddy in ...
... heading up to a falls on the other side of Jenny Lake. The destination is Hidden Falls. We hiked on a trail to the falls but were distracted by the mountain and valley views and, apparently, went past the falls; upward to "inspiration point" and beyond until the snow was too thick and deep to go further. We found a nice spot next to a falls to have lunch and then headed back down the mountain stopping at hidden falls which was ...
... night birds are callin’
Singin’ their wild melody
Down in the canyon cottonwood whispers
... who have a deceptively cumbersome front half, and an athletic hind in order to chase you!
Yellowstone Park is adjacent to the Tetons, and has a very different feel. We spent half a day there and really you could explore for a couple of weeks and not see everything.
Amazing geo-thermal wonders, strange hissing pools of different colours, bubbling mud belching eggy smells ...