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I took off from NYC to Jackson Hole in Wyoming, it had been on my list of places to ski for ages so I booked myself into their Steep and Deep ski camp.
I was traveling by myself and about to hang out in some ski town for a few days knowing no one - I was thinking this could be a quiet few days for me here. I'd …
... tribes used to roam, tribes such as Shoshoni, Crow, Blackfeet, Bannock and Gros Ventre populated this area (thank you Wikipedia!).
Driving into Grand Teton National Park we just soaked up the scenery.
It was exactly as we imagined it to be, everything was a lush shade of green with huge trees and snow capped mountains in the background - truly beautiful. We drove through the park and managed to get a couple of nights at the Coulter Bay Campground within ...
... They had $2 slices for Happy Hour – not too shabby. We also sat on the balcony right by one of the Antler arches.
We then went to the Jackson Hole Rodeo… rodeo #2! The cutest part was when some little kids who were 4 and 5 years old got to ride the little tiny bulls. The little cowboys were so tiny and the bull barely moved. Another time, they opened the gate for a bucking bronco and the horse and ...
... considering we had never seen a moose before. Once the seats were in place and all our bags were packed and loaded on to the bus we were ready to continue our Green Tortoise adventure to Jenny Lake in Teton National Park. En-route we saw bison grazing in a field and Pronghorn. Being near the campsite it was only a short journey before our first big hike would begin. Hiking boots on, camera at the ready, map in hand, Lunch packed, we were ready. There were eight in our group consisting ...
... Bears inhabit the region and each camper is warned what to do if you come across one. One fellow camper we talked with said he had seen bear on three different occasions within a mile or two of where we were staying. The lady that checked us in to the campground had her bottle of "Bear Spray" which is recommended if you're out tromping the woods. And, each campsite has a large metal box that is "Bear Proof" to put anything that bears might like when you are ...