Flat Creek Ranch
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... beautiful lake surrounded by mountains and trees. I headed back to the rental to drop off the kayak. Since my hands are free, I can now take a nice nature walk through the beautiful mountains which Jesus gave me. After the walk, I headed back to my 4 star hotel in Jackson. I will spend my last night here. I went looking for 5 star restaurants in the area, but then became disappointed when there were none, so I went to a McDonalds. I went to ...
What is better than snow on July 28, swimming in a glacier lake, seeing a Fisher, having a snowball fight in July, seeing a pheasant, being 95,000 feet up in the air, stuffing yourself with huckleberries, climbing 3,000 feet, going for a 10 mile hike, seeing a baby bear, being 15 yards away from a baby bear and seeing a baby fox and it's mama? Nothing. That is what we saw today or did. We had to hike straight up for about 4.6 or more ...
I chose a road less traveled yesterday and found an out-of-the-way campground just south of Jackson, WY. I got good vibes about the place when I saw the Forest Service Sign, so I pulled in. I chose a secluded spot that overlooks a small but audible creek that ran along my campsite. I set up camp, sketched the view of the creek, read, and waited for the sun to set to make a little fire and fix dinner. Tomorrow it's on to ...
... we finally saw a break in the trees, the meadow was just a bit plain again with trees lying on the ground. There were also a huge amount of roadworks which delayed our journey through the park by around 1 hour (it was already going to take us around 21/2 to get to the other side of the park). Yet, we were glad to be here and we pushed aside the initial comparisons, feeling anticipation at what yellowstone had to offer. We stopped at the first visitor centre and stepped outside of ...
The camp site up the mountain from Curtis Creek in the Teton National Forest was so beautiful and private, we hated to leave. We carefully drove the van down the mountain and back into Jackson where Stewart wanted to check the auxiliary battery in the van used to power the camper part of the van(frig.,lights, and heater blower) as the power seemed to be waning from a few nights off the grid ...