Baymont Inn & Suites Pinedale
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Excellent hotel! Great Room, Great View! This is one of the best Baymont Inns we have stayed at.
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Today was just another day ride, around 280 miles to get set up for tomorrows big ride through the Grand Tetons into Yellowstone Park. The first hundred miles on US-20W was through prairie land, with little scenery and mostly a lot of sagebrush. After the hundred miles, the scenery began to pick up, with hills, formations and outcroppings that …
... DSLR camera and equipment… that I was not going to leave behind.
At mile 4.5 you reach photographers point, which is your first real view of the mountains. It is really cool to know that you will eventually be arriving at the bases of these giants. By this point in the day you are reaching in your snack collection for some much needed calories (snickers & beef jerky sticks). 4.5 miles down 7.5 miles to go. The trail is a rocky up and down one that ...
... the cereal and no cream cheese for the bagels.
When we finally got back on the road, we drove into Grand Teton National Park and headed straight for the visitor's center. Dad adn the kids did a hike at Jenny Lake. Mom stayed there and took some pictures and watched birds.
Later, we stopped at the Jenny Lake Lodge then went on to the Jenny Lake Overlook. We were pleasantly surprised to see a Mama bear and her cut (we think they ...
... in the USA - and stunning with buttes and pinnacles of the flooded canyon standing proud of the water. We spent the night on aptly named 'One Rock Beach', where we took a long walk on the beach enjoying the view and interesting characters we met along the way.
Next day we crossed The Navajo Bridge to reach Lees ferry. These were two of the earliest ...
... easily three times as big as any we have lifted. A ranger next to me told me that a pair of antlers like this moose had can easily way 80 lbs. She also told us that the antlers are not yet fully grown in August as they're currently growing sometimes one inch a day. In September, moose antlers can apparently grown up to six inches a day.
Having checked off the Moose from our ...