Signal Mountain Campground
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On Monday, September 8th we drove down through Yellowstone to Grand Teton National Park and found that most of the campgrounds in the Tetons also seemed to be full. However, the very kind manager at Signal Mountain campground (who happened to be English) took pity on us and offered us an unofficial site with no table or fire ring for 1 …
After waking up at the campsite, we had a breakfast of eggs and bread.
The plan for the day was to go to the jenny lake area. We decided to take a boat across the lake and hike from then onwards. This was peak season, so we had to wait in the line a bit, but once we got onto the boat, it was a nice ride across the lake. The lake is calm …
... to Leigh Lake. We were amazed by the number of people that were out paddling with their children without life jackets! We decided we were not going to portage over to Leigh Lake because you could see the clouds beginning to turn a little gray.
Started heading back at a leisurely pace stopping to watch a mother merganser and her 8-10 babies out on the water. They were so funny as they would clamber up on her back, and then as she ...
... Yellowstone Park and drove up over the Sylvan pass to look down on the extent of the park and Yellowstone Lake. We continued around the lake past some thermal areas and turned south to head towards the Tetons. Entered the Teton National Park and more wonderful mountain scenery with the Tetons towering behind Jackson Lake and then the ...