Sleepy J Cabins
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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- Pets allowed
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... of green water, with plastic pool chairs and tables floating in it. We left very early the next day. Deciding we didn't fancy another night in Hicksville, we made a beeline to Grand Teton, electing for a 6+ hour drive over another night of Motel Russian Roulette. We drove several hundred miles (the satnav advising us of a right turn in 206 miles), cutting our way through farmland of cows, alfalfa and strange, isolated stores selling fireworks. We saw huge freight trains slowly ...
We decided to try a guided ranger hike to start the day
since we hadn’t done that yet. The hike was along a 3.5 mile trail around
Taggart Lake and the first half was guided and then we were left to brave the
second half on our own. We learned a few things along the way, including that
the Grand Tetons are ...
... a barbeque (unfortunately we wont be making use of this as Katie is vegetarian) as well as a table and chairs.
Inside was just as nice with an open plan kitchen/lounge a double bedroom and bathroom downstairs with 2 double beds upstairs. We were all very pleased, especially as we have the use of a hot tub as well.
We relaxed for the rest of the evening, Neil cooked dinner, which we would have liked to eat outside, unfortunately the number of bugs put a stop to ...
Today's entry, other than to note a stop at Craters of the Moon National Monument, is to give you some pics of signs I encountered along the way, hence the title's use of a 60s song lyric. Those of you too young to recognize this should rejoice.
I'll update with other travel pics and thoughts ...
What is better than snow on July 28, swimming in a glacier lake, seeing a Fisher, having a snowball fight in July, seeing a pheasant, being 95,000 feet up in the air, stuffing yourself with huckleberries, climbing 3,000 feet, going for a 10 mile hike, seeing a baby bear, being 15 yards away from a baby bear and seeing a baby fox and it's mama? Nothing. That is what we saw today or did. We had to hike straight up for about 4.6 or more ...