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... 17), Liam wishes to travel soon and we encouraged him to come to England. Also Mick said that he should come over for the wedding and meet all the family in one place! So that was all really nice and we're looking forward to 3 years time, once I've qualified.
Unfortunately it was back to the tour after time catching up with family, we got back to the van and got on the way to Salt Lake city.
... per bathroom. So a 3 bathroom place is about $3,000,000. Tonight we splurged for a nice dinner at Snake River Grill. Lauralee and I ate there about 12 years ago when we were in Jackson during our 10th anniversary. The meal was delicious, including dessert of homemade ice cream bars, homemade donuts, and homemade blackberry pie. Needless to say we needed to take a walk. So we walked all through Jackson before returning to our hotel for the ...
... one was more than fifty feet deep! The lake was huge and beautiful. The lake was in front of a mountain range that was misted with fog, which made it even prettier. The lake must have been warm at the shore because the hot springs were running into the lake.
(Jon taking over the writing now)
We had gotten our fill of geysers and hot springs so we decided to head for the Tetons. On our way to the RV we ...
... park, we spent a night each at Signal Mountain, Jenny Lake (the most popular campground) and Colter Bay this way you get to see a lot more. We hiked 9 miles around Jenny Lake in the rain and hail, we hurt for 2 days after as we hadn't done much exercise in the last week chasing storms. The Grand Teton Mountain range is the most beautiful mountain range we have ever seen, we didn't see too much wildlife but we did see our first Grizzly Bear here which was so ...
... meandering across the road. She never even hurried as we approached. I guess they are use to cars here. We explored the northern end of the park. Lake Jackson was still frozen but breath taking. Chapel of the Sacred Heart was situated on a overlook of the end of the ...