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Travel Blogs from Kelly
... more distraction rather than time out all the time. Each of us taking more breaks and having our own time and enough sleep too. Trying not to raise our voice at him and yelling as much as possible.
Zach went to bed at 7:15pm that night one of the earliest he has gone to sleep for months.
I took the opportunity to have much needed Jen time and walked to the centre of Jackson Hole town about 1.5 miles away. I did some shopping for a t-shirt and went into ...
... to go check out a new place we had not seen before.......Local. they are part of the trend toward using local grown products in their menu. They do this even to the point that the steak knives are crafted right there in the area!
While we were there we visited with a local lady who works in another bar and she told us about what the local music scene was all about. We decided that we might check out some of them at a later date. Back to the camper for the evening.
This week has been incredible. We all have learned so much! Students will never look at the world around them in quite the same way.
We know this trip will be unforgettable for all students. They created memories that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
Thank you for sharing our adventure with us!
... from the movie Rocky IV were actually filmed in Wyoming at a farm in Jackson Hole! Most of the exterior shots in this part of the film were also filmed in Grand Teton National Park. You can even see Blacktail Butte in the movie. If you are interested in seeing a clip, try searching for a you tube video of the Rocky IV training montage.
Today, all field groups started on ...
... original plan of exploring the Snake River bottom was not possible since Schwabacher Landing has been closed by the park for the summer. However, students still had the opportunity to put their naturalist skills into action at other locations. Today, we traveled a short distance off of TSS campus into the Bridger-Teton National Forest to learn more about the Gros Ventre mountains, and the landslide that occurred ...