Hampton Inn Jackson Hole
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the deep red of the surrounding hills. Dinner, drinks, and relaxing on the ranch was nice that evening. We sat on the porch swing overlooking the Tetons and watching Brian (the man who maintains the ranch) teach his kids how to wrap a lasso and catch each other. Each of his and Jodi’s kids are so sweet, help around the ranch, and spend most of their time outdoors. It’s lovely to see them playing. But it does make me think about how harsh the winters are and how ...
... 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 ...
The day began nice; we decided to ride Ruby Red ( the name weve given the bike) to Jackson Hole and got there early.
A short ride to Jackson Hole with a ride up the Tram Rendezvous Mtn and Coffee and waffles at Corbert Cabin at 10,200ft was a really nice beginning. We wander about the viewing areas clicking and video with delight. Some chatting was also enjoyed with the other tourist who over heard our conversations ...
... we were looking.
Back down and over to the next area where wolves might be found. This was traveling along the road by Spread Creek where it crosses into the Teton National Forest. This is also one of the areas where there is dispersed camping close to the entrance to the park. This was an interesting journey.
Looking at the map with Laura's superb map reading skills, it appeared this road went in a circle. We passed a gravel pit ...
... before beaching for lunch and a trip back into Jackson. All three of them were able to row and steer the boat, which they loved, and got the medals to prove it! Then a few hours in Jackson buying cowgirl boots for the cowgirls and cowboy hats for the cowboys...and we were good to go. An evening shoot-out in the town square, pizza and pasta back up at Moose watching the sun set behind Grand Teton, and then back to the campground for a glass of wine and an early ...