Jenny Lake Lodge
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Day 18. I left Park City around 8:30am to head north to Wyoming on a five hour journey. The first half of the drive the scenery was spectacular and I had to keep stopping to get out of the car to take pictures of the fall colors that dotted the mountainside. Fall is one of my favorite times of year...carving pumpkins, making pumpkin seeds, colorful leaves, hoodies, hot chocolate, fall beers, apple cider, apple picking, homemade applesauce, and ...
After leaving Yellowstone we drove only a short distance to Grand Teton National Park and packed our lunch. We hiked from String Lake around Jenny Lake, to a waterfall and up a steep hill to a great view point. We split up according to speed, and i walked with Mr Kim and Cha, the Korean couple, who set a pretty good pace but there was not a lot of conversation! The scenery was gorgeous with lots of colourful foliage and views of the 3 Teton mountains ...
... in the rain (déjà vu?) when we put our tent up, we decided to spend the money we'd saved on eating out. A wise decision, as it turned out – Trapper’s Grill in the campground was excellent – one of the best meals out we’d had in a long time.
Early the next morning we moved to a vacant official site, then set off for a fantastic 9-mile hike in Cascade Canyon. We caught ...
Ever since I really began planning this trip, I think I was most looking forward to seeing the Tetons. I was expecting it to be the highlight of my trip, and although I still have a few days left, and although I had some truly amazing experiences every day this week, the Tetons did not disappoint. When I try to think of ways to describe the Teton mountains, it feels like I completely lose my grip on the English language. It's just simply amazing that ...
Well, today I dropped my camera for the fatal time! It won't turn on so I can't upload my photos, and my tablet doesn't have a reader for the memory card. Probably my computer at home does, but in the meantime, no more pictures, and therefore, I think this will be my last blog post. We are on our homeward journey, and will be home Sept. 6 or 7.
Since the last post, we have been to Crater Lake, Yellowstone National Park, and are now just south ...