Jenny Lake Lodge
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... round trip drive to summit of Signal Mouintain, stopped at Jenny Lake for more great sights of the Tetons, at a ferry over Snake River and general store dating from 100 years age, small wooden church, and picturesque barns on Mormon Row.
Ended day at Oxbow Bend on the Snake before going back to Lodge. ...
It was hard to leave the charming Blackhills of South Dakota. The Badlands National Park was over 100 degrees F - too hot but the Minuteman Missile site was really interesting. We traveled thru the lovely countryside in East Wyoming then across the desolate plains and up to the Bighorn Mountains. Next stop was Buffalo Bills' hometown of Cody (also Buffalo Bills surname). Time for some retail therapy (the van is getting ...
At 5:30 made dinner reservation for 6:30 at lodge. Had window table with spectacular view of the Grand Tetons. Fancy restaurant with excellent service. Unfortunately food very average. Kathy had well done prime ribs after ordering medium rare and Bob had free range chicken. The view was unbelievable though and we enjoyed it. ...
On our way out of Yellowstone, we drove to the west thumb of Yellowstone Lake. On our way, we went over the continental divide. We walked around the lake at the West Thumb Geyser Basin and saw some pretty cool things while wandering around. We saw mud pots which are bubbling pools of muddy water, and they looked like mud that had been possessed with a bubbly monster. It was weird. We also saw some more hot springs that were ...
... across the creek and went towards inspiration point. This hike was pretty strenuous and is probably the toughest hike the kids have done so far.
We then took the boat back to the other side of jenny lake and chilled out in front of the visitors area for some time. The kids worked on their junior ranger workbooks, and drank some slurpees and ...