Hampton Inn Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Jackson
... 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 ...
... mostly they wanted you to join their platinum club and receive OF trinkets or just plain empty your pockets of low denomination bills and change. A bit later I took some photos of the people getting ready for OF and a few other things that caught my eye.
About three minutes before the Old Faithful geyser erupted there started to be some five to 10 feet white spouts of super heated water, then up she went. It lasted for about five minutes, total, then ...
... as the eye could see, with the odd ramshackle building. However as we approached the West of the State, near the borders with Idaho, the landscape changed dramatically to mountain peaks, rivers and pine forests. It was so beautiful.
By far my favourite thing about the US is the National Parks. My first experience of them was at the Volcano on The Big Island in Hawaii. They are all dramatic, ...
... a campground just outside the park to the southeast. The sun was setting over the towering, rocky range with the crystal clear river in the foreground. Truly breathtaking. While our actual time in the park was brief, it was punctuated by a black bear running right out in front of the car, crossing the road in front of us, and hurdling the guard rail on the ...
... stopping on our way for some photos. We also sussed out some places to return to tomorrow towards the north of the park.
Tonight we are staying at Flagg Ranch just at the very north end of The Tetons park. Nice forested RV site with bear proof bins. We have a walk this afternoon around the site. Taya loves being up in the 'new' rucksack, although Emma finds a whole new level of strangeness with people talking over her head up to Taya. Firstly, ...