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Travel Blogs from Thayne
First stop this morning was in Afton, Wyoming. As we entered town I saw the World's Largest Elkhorn Arch. It's composed of 3,000 elk antlers, weighing in excess of 15 tons. The term "elk horns" is a misnomer, horns are permanent such on bulls or sheep. While antlers are shed annually.
Next we crossed the Idaho border. There was not much to see, so I took a nap. I was awoken to the overlook of Bear Lake. It is ...
... to Switzerland: the answer is jus over 1/5th! We drove off south towards Teton National Park. The lake at Teton is beautiful and there are lots of activities at the park. We do not have time to stay - we drive through to Jackson, WY. Despite being very touristic (or maybe because of it?) we ...
The drive through Wyoming was very boring, just rolling, grassy hills - very few trees. Did see quite a few antelope, though, but they weren't playing, just grazing along the side of the road. First time we've EVER seen antelope! It started raining in the afternoon, ...
... I hope I never have to eat these words!)
We needed a place to stay while in town
and found it twenty minutes west at Juniper Park, a county park along
side the Ririe Reservoir. What a wonderful address if you need one
while in Idaho Falls.
Spring is in full swing, as soon as we
were secure on our site we were visited by a pair of Black-billed
Magpies, with two fledglings, out for a walk about. Later towards
evening, a parent Osprey brought it's ...
... was a very different story, very picturesque but full of twists and turns as it winds it's way up through the mountains. As well as making for much slower progress it was hard work for the driver and I found it quite scarey at times as I was the one nearest the edge of the road on some sharp bends with steep drops at the side. For a lot of the way we had the river Logan running alongside, very pretty and fast running with lots of whitewater but equally a large amount of rocks! ...