Teton Valley Cabins
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At 5:30 made dinner reservation for 6:30 at lodge. Had window table with spectacular view of the Grand Tetons. Fancy restaurant with excellent service. Unfortunately food very average. Kathy had well done prime ribs after ordering medium rare and Bob had free range chicken. The view was unbelievable though and we enjoyed it. ...
... was coming from. We found it to be a loud chirp from the Marmot.
We got back to camp in enough time to get a few photos of the evening sky behind the Tetons.
We must have been tired as we slept until 8:00 am. The cold(30-40F nightime temp) mountain air is getting to us in a good way.
Today we are set out for a ...
... mountains in the US... but I think Mt Rushmore might have something to say about that... One thing to their credit, was that they had an amazing system of bike tracks, though. I reckon you could have ridden for hundreds of kilometers without hitting dirt under your tyres!
Anyhow, I wasn't here to hike or rock climb (luckily...given the weather), so ...
We got off to a somewhat late start, around 9, due to a necessary stop at Wall Drug. When we traveled here last fall, and I had my first Wall Drug experience, we partook in their as advertised doughnuts "freshly made each day". As they truly are the best doughnuts I have ever had, and I have thought about them ever since, we could not pass up another chance to ...
... the south entrance of the park, called Moose. Which prompts numerous renditions of "there's a moose loose about this hoose". We have a lovely wander by the stream, and then around alongside the lake. The backdrop is a huge snowcapped mountain range, and its stunning. Proper chocolate box scenery and we love it. We head down to the sandy shoreline at various intervals for yet another photo opportunity and a throw of a stick or a stone into the lake. There ...