Flat Creek Ranch
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... program on the history of Teton and how it actually became a National Park. We learned a lot we never would have known, and Maeve and Ava got to hold elk and moose antlers and a bison skull.
It was getting dark and time to settle in. It was a cool night, getting into the 40’s overnight, and we fell asleep to the mountain air and sounds of nature outside our little home away from home. We were living our ...
... and rain over the Tetons.
After taking some pictures of the storm, we headed back to camp. A family with kids A and E’s age had arrived while we were gone. A and E were excited to have new friends to play with. Throughout the evening, they played hide and seek, threw poppers, ate s'mores, and played on the playground until dark. Then it was time to turn in, because we had another early morning in store for ...
... close up shot of the amazing creature. It was absolutely huge but seemed completely oblivious to the amount of vehicles stopping just beside it as it was having its 'is afternoon grass snack. Perhaps it was so used to this behaviour that it did not even notice the attention it attracted on a daily basis. Anyway, we took our snaps and moved on, towards the campsite. Arriving, the campsite had the worst paying/signing in system we had ever experienced. There was no ranger or ...
... the sites and had a pretty good party. They didn't get carried away, but they were having a good time. The next morning I found out they were all from Germany, I believe the Bremen area (thats what a hand-made sign said in one of the RV rear windows).
When we woke up, the temperature was hovering around the mid 30's so we heated some water on the grill and used some recently purchased "tea bag" coffee. It was OK, but nothing like the strong French Roast ...
... out toward Jackson. We took a few side trips off the main loop and was rewarded. Anything named firehole has got to be hot.
Leaving the park by the south entrance and you are almost immediately into Grand Tetons. Spectacular, particularly Jenny Lake. Jackson is a trip. Ski town money expensive, but great western and wildlife stuff everywhere. Makes up for ...