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Pictures will speak louder than words for this adventure but in all today was a great relaxing day in paradise. I went horseback riding, fly fishing, canoeing (where we saw three bull moose) and hot tubing under the stars on Peter Cushman's ranch with three other Pi Alphas who rode JOH in ...
Today we began with a lovely, leisurely breakfast at the Resort overlooking the Tetons. Amazingly there are more Asians than Americans...must be a vacation time. We continued the day going back into the Teton National Park. To our surprise we encountered a large ...
... We arrived into the ski town of Jackson also referred to as Jackson Hole. It was a tourist town for sure but the cowboy kitsch was charming rather than redneck towns of Sieverville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg
They had no availability at the only RV park in the town as we arrived at 6pm so we drove into the park hoping to get a camping spot in one of the campgrounds, for the first time we were actually a bit worried we would have nowhere to sleep. It turns out Grand ...
... lining both sides of the roads which meant there was some sort of wildlife sighting. We stopped to see what was happening. There were three big elk in the water which was pretty neat to see.
We left Yellowstone and entered Grand Teton National Park on our way to Jackson Hole. Maddie continues to get a kick out of telling us the meaning of the Grand Tetons. "Yes Maddie, we know. For the 20th ...
... Uinta (?) - maybe 25 in Yellowstone
Picas - a few
Marmot - 4 Snowy Range
Wolf - Hayden Valley, Yellowstone
Grizzly - Near Mammoth Hot Springs (I think)
Big Horn Sheep - 4 ( on the rocks near Gardiner)
Mountain Goat - 1 ( on the rocks near Madison Junction)
Trumpeter Swans - 2 (Firehole River)
If I'm missing anything let me know, but I think I got everything.