Jenny Lake Lodge
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After Salt Lake City we started driving towards Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. We drove through Jackson, Wyoming which looked the coolest little town ever! Definitely a place one of us would like to see more of. While approaching the Teton's we immediately saw the huge Rocky Mountains and mountain tops that had snow and glaciers on them! This was the coolest view ...
With no foothills to obstruct the view, the jagged peaks and deep canyons of the Teton Range rise abruptly from the Jackson Hole valley. This landscape was born in an ancient past and shaped by geological forces beginning 2.7 billion years ago. Yet, these are some of the youngest mountains in the world. Beginning a mere 10 million years ago, movement on the Teton fault generated massive earthquakes causing the mountains to rise while the valley floor dropped. ...
We moved to a different campground (Gros Ventre) this morning in the southern part of Grand Teton NP. It was not nearly as pretty/secluded as Signal Mt., but it's near the Snake River. Rees and I rode our bikes to find access to the river from the campground. What beautiful, perfectly clear water!
After lunch at the campsite, we headed into the town of Jackson (south of the park) where we did laundry for the first time since we left. We had A LOT of dirty laundry ...
Rees went to Signal Mt Lodge to use their internet service to work on finances, email, mail-order medicines, etc. The kids played at the cliff again, then I made them do school work. We joined Rees at the lodge after some time and the kids caught up on their journals.
After lunch, we drove to the top of Signal Mt for georgous views. Then, we drove to Two Ocean Lake and Emma Matilda Lake. ...
... They have really thought of everything here. Rockefeller owned this large tract of land and left it to the community to be enjoyed. They have made all sorts of decisions to truly "preserve" it. Thirty cars means that there is less pressure on the landscape, more opportunity for people to experience the miles of trails as was intended. So I walk and am humbled by my experiences. A birch tree with the tattoo of bear claws scratching. A field of wildflowers. Reflection of ...