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... of low red willows. We think we saw either a bald eagle or possibly an immature golden eagle. A brief stop at Jackson Hole Airport saw our white Ford Expedition replaced by a slightly newer silver grey one without a slow puncture caused by a screw embedded in the tyre (Elisa at Audley Travel did a great job of sorting this for us). Shortly after we arrived at the Rustic Inn in Jackson. Two adjacent cabins - very nice. Jane tried out the pool while ...
After a wonderful morning drive through the Teton Scenic Byway, where sheep were being rounded up for who-knows-what, I made it to Jackson, Wyoming, ski town extraordinaire. I decided not to stop to maximize my time in Grand Teton National Park, but it looked like a really nice place to hang for a short while, especially if you are a skier.
I've been hearing the terrible news about the Valley Fire, ...
... timely manner while at the same time providing us with something to do while waiting. Evaluating the alternatives using a mental spreadsheet (yes, I am still “Spreadsheet Threatte”) and comparing day and night temperatures, population densities and other factors left us with only one viable choice. We are returning to the Command Center of Magical Underwear.
Enjoy the ride! Just be certain that you keep that bear spray can locked and loaded!
... ate some good pizza, drank some beer, and returned to camp. Wes wanted another campfire, so Rees and the kids built one. I retired to my bedroom to read.
-I have to say, I think A & W are doing terrific with the altitude change. Wes did get sick that one evening, and Annie has had 2 headaches, but considering the difference between Nashville (about 750 ft. above sea level) and Yellowstone/Grand Tetons (6,000 – 8,000 ft. above sea level), they are doing ...
... and completely petrifying knowing that a bear could be around the next corner ready to charge if we didn’t make our presence known.
So as we (I) nervously hiked on we made sure we clapped and made verbal noise every 20 seconds or so. It didn’t matter what we said so long as it was noise. Paulie opted for shouting a ‘Weeeey ohhhhh” sound, whereas I just said anything ...