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I Left SLC at around 2pm after having a productive morning doing admin and planning Vietnam adventures for later in the year. The drive to Teton was pretty intensive, getting there with only stopping once or twice so making pretty good time. Driving 6 hours is pretty unheard of in the UK but over here it's a day trip. I was staying in Teton Village …
We are sitting on top of Signal mountain looking out at the most amazing mountain range we have ever seen!! It poured this morning while we had breakfast and discussed the days activities and hikes. We decided to drive the overlook road to avoid the rain and when we got ...
... Swiss days here…another last minute unplanned stop for us but again a touch of home – sort of!. The next morning we stopped in the town and asked the history of all of the ‘Swiss-ness’…the answer = no one had any idea, it seems as if somebody took a liking to Switzerland and the whole town just went along with it – fantastic!
If anyone knows the proper history of the town’s ‘Swiss adoption’ let us know!
... we drove down Moose Wilson Road, but never saw any moose, or anything else. We did see a moose later on the side of the road though - just not on this road. We stopped at Jackson Hole Resort and walked around. There were mountain bikes coming down a trail and then they were riding the ski lift back up with their bikes. There was all kinds of stuff to do there… climbing wall, bungee jumping trampolines, restaurants, and ...
... and subterranean chemicals (it stinks).
We arrived and parked in a huge lot with remainders of huge piles of snow, then followed the signs to the geyser. Evidently Old Faithful had "blown" a few minutes before we showed up, so we had a wait of about and hour and a half. I filled the time with going to the Old Faithful Photo Shop, where they had excellent photos of the famous geyser, a display on the first photographer to take pictures of Old ...