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... Hole. The scenery was beautiful, and we crossed over the Continental Divide. Students learned that in this spot, water will either run into the Pacific Ocean or the Mississippi River depending on where it flows. We were also able to get a great view of the Teton Mountain Range along the drive into town.
We were up early again, so we could squeeze in some extra holiday by driving through Yellowstone Park through the South Entrance and on through the Grand Tetons.
We were very lucky to see a moose and calf just opposite our cabins, by the river. That was at around 7am and was a really lovely moment. After that, as we were quite early we saw bison, deer and elk on the way to Fishing Bridge, in the park. Usually we see very little ...
... Lake to Hidden Falls. The kids set out to do the entire loop (~7 miles) and Rob and I chose to do an out and back to Hidden Falls. We started by the boat launch and as we passed I casually said, "hey, why don't we catch the boat one way and hike back?" Thinking with all that driving, maybe a hike might wipe "the Machine" out. He replied, "$18 bucks! You're kidding me?! Get going Amy!" And off we went. It was flattish for most of the walk, but I could see he was ...
... cattle while crossing the Wind River many, many times. We noticed the water wasn't the clear blue like in the Wind River Canyon. The huge reservoir we passed awhile back in the reservation filters the water leaving behind the silt that is flowing down from the mountains. Andrew had said that we would be wowed by the contrast of the grassy plains to the Grand Tetons. He was right; wow what a sight it is. Just before we ...
... had been in the car all day and there was only one other car in the parking lot, so I "accidentally" missed the no dogs sign. Besides, the other sign recommended traveling in groups of three because of grizzly bears in the area. She was our third. After the natural bridge I suggested we go check out Old Faithful. I mean, why not it was only another 22 miles or so... It was starting to snow harder and it was getting dark, but we were determined to see what I ...
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3200 West Mccollister Drive, Teton Village | 3 star condofrom $192