Teton Valley Cabins
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... place that a relaxing place so we felt this was a good idea for Chris. So we headed back to town to have a drink & wander around, we had intended to get the horse drawn carriage around town but they were off changing the horses. After a short amble back to Huff House we gathered our stuff & rode the short distance to the Bear & Doe massage place, Frankle now saying his tyre felt square. Chris & I were in one ...
... and he is quite good at it. This wall had 6 different paths up the wall, and each kid had 15 minutes to make it up as many as possible. Walker managed all 6 in 11 min. He had a lot of people in the crowd cheering him on. His arms were pretty smoked on the last climb but he managed to hit the bell at the top of the last run.
Will rode the lift up with one of the Godwin girls and some of her friends and ran down. It was the ...
... most of the park flowers.
Next stop, Mammoth Hot Springs. An amazing settlement, built around 1909, and originally guarded by the army at Fort Yellowstone before the National Park existed; interesting old buildings but too many folk to park, stop and look. Walked up the Travertine Terraces, looking at springs as we went, but no comparison to Pamukale in Turkey!
Next area to visit ...
... miles singing show tunes as a distraction and was finally in the clear. I rounded the tip of the lake and started the last three miles and then came all the people. They must've started from the other end. I warned then about the bugs and kept moving.
One couple said they saw a grizzly on the road in, so I hurried the rest of the way in case I could see him from the safety of my car. He was gone.
The day ended up ...
... moose we've seen. Haven’t seen a black or grizzly bear up close and personal Tom and Mary Haas.
Heading south again we arrive at Jackson, WY. Home to many famous ski sloops. This town you can tell is not for the faint of pocketbook. Lots of art and clothing stores and not sure who is buying all this stuff. How many shelves can you put stuff on. Next we check out ...