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... the places we visited on the cruise boat. Having said that, it is very pretty. Prior to dinner this evening we went for a pre dinner drink at the world famous "Cowboy Bar" (I'd never heard of it). Instead of bar stools, it's got saddles. It's a bit of a gimmick and was definitely worth a photo. I keep thinking, "We got married in a fever, hotter than a brussel sprout" hehe. Over to Nevis, At the moment ...
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... by the lake where we were loading the dogs after a
swim. Everyone of these folks has a big camera and everyone of them
wanted a picture of the dogs in the cart! The dogs had to be coaxed
to pose for them! Good thing they were all digital, if not they would
have to reload film before taking their photos of Grand Teton across
Tonight, camped along the Gros Ventre
River in the Grand Teton NP, we are looking at the Tetons from about
... actually located inside of the Grand Teton National Park. However, today we took our first field trip into the official gates of the park for a hike to Taggert and Bradley Lakes, which are located at the base of the Tetons. The lakes were formed by a glacier flowing from Avalanche Canyon. As the glaciers emerged from the mountains they scraped out basins and dropped ridges of rock (called ...
... just a beautiful day, sunny & 75 degrees. In the evening, we went into the town center where the local artist held an open house. We visited about 15 of them and all of them had wine, beer and food from the local restaurants. Filled our bellies, ...