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... feeding on a Bison which had died the day before. Plenty of cars on the roadside and people standing on a hill watching the Grizzly. Unfortunately we couldn't park close enough to see the big fella but we stopped on the road when Mum Grizzly & Junior Grizzly crossed 75 yards ahead of us. Only 2 cars between us and the bears. They were only interested in getting to the dead Bison so no danger at all, but certainly a sight to see in real life as opposed ...
... so we stopped for a photo. We were pleasantly surprised we were driving right through the Grand Teton National Park area. The road our GPS wanted us to take was perfectly parallel to Teton Park Road going right through the park. No brainer which road to take! Speed limit was 30 miles per hour but worth the slow down. Made a few stops for pictures. The best was Jenny Lake overlook, absolutely beautiful with the lake and mountains ...
... 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 ...
... serious, just passing showers. Then, as we reached the top of a pass before going down into the valley and Jackson, it started raining, and those big drops changed to big flakes! It continued for a few miles, then changed back to rain, but it was exciting while it ...
... with almost as many clerks armed with card
readers ready to take your money and have merchandise slide down a
chute to you... Yes, I was as pulled in, as mesmerized as a young boy
in front of a carnival burlesque tent!
Simply Mac was a very pleasant surprise
indeed! The short story, they took my Mac and gave it back to me ,
repaired under warranty, in only twenty-four hours! What's not to
like about that? That is how a Mac work, all you have to do is ...