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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... who’d taken our photo for us at the top of Mount Washburn, in Yellowstone. He came over to our campfire with a welcome supply of wood and we had a lovely evening, chatting about all the places we’d visited and his adventures getting stopped for speeding. We didn’t realise how loud we were being though and we got an angry “Shut up” from another camper at around 10:30….oops! ...
... the lake from several hundred feet above, atop a rocky plateau. I got pretty close, but the final stretch essentially entailed climbing up a rock staircase, with no barricades on the side to stop you from falling...all the way down. And, as I mentioned a couple days ago, heights really aren't my bag, especially when they're not contained. So, I regret to say, that's when I turned around. Nonetheless, I was still quite pleased with the hike. I saw ...
... had a sack lunch - pretty good. Back on the river we were looking for moose as this was a big moose area. Never saw anything except for eagles. About 15 minutes before the end of the trip, we could see the sky turn black and the river turn color. Finally the rain caught up with us and then pea size hail. We had more rain gear from the outfitter so we did not get soaked but what an experience. I am sure Abby will talk about this trip for a long time. As we landed ...
... is a very serious work of art. Of course the boys liked it because they could act out being trampled to death by the buffalo!
From the museum it wasn’t too long of a drive to our KOA campsite in South Jackson. After a quick and easy dinner of hotdogs and baked beans, we headed back to downtown Jackson to explore. We saw the famous “Elk Antler Arches” pictured below and learned about their history and connection to ...
... behind again!
Finally we spent some time in the Colter Bay campgrounds just north of our lodge for some laundry time and a 2 mile hike around some of the shorter trails in that area of the NP. You do get a different perspective of the mountains from that location.
That is about it for Grand Teton NP. Tomorrow we take the short drive north to Yellowstone. The adventure ...