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Today we woke up and had some pancakes, then we played for about a half an hour then we went down to the Snake River for our tour. We got there at 10:30 SHARP. But... some of the other people were late so... we had to wait for a while until we could go. Finally everybody showed up so we got to go with Reed on a little boat. We floated down the snake river for an hour aka. 7 miles. It went by so fast. Reed said that whatever kid spotted a bald eagle first got a ...
We move our camper to Gros Ventre campground, which is closer to Jackson. Gros Ventre is in the national park, so we still are able to benefit from Allen’s pass. We hear from a number of people that moose frequent the campground, so we’re psyched.
Once we’re settled in, we go to the visitor center at Moose Junction. This building has got to be the best visitor center ever. It is a study in wood and glass. Long, angular ...
... mountains it scraped out a basin and dropped ridges of rock (called moraines) around the edges. When the glacier melted, water filled the basin and formed Taggart Lake. Bradley Lake (elevation 7,022 feet) is fed by a stream from Garnet Canyon, which originates from a glacier next to Middle Teton approximately 5,000 feet above. All of the field groups made it to both of the lakes today, completing a 6 mile loop.
... The weather changes by the minute. Rain, cloud, sun, cloud, rain...We passed through a town called Eden, which only had a population of 281. A collection of a few small houses, some horses, cattle and not much else. It is in the Eden Valley. As we approached the Wind River Range (part of the Rockies), I tried to take some pictures with my telephoto lens. There’s still lots of snow on the peaks. As we appoached Boulder, ...
7:38am. I cant believe we covered all that distance the first day out, but we did get to a great campground in the nick of time. This Gros Ventre campground is known for moose and we saw a couple with about 30 wildlife photography papparazi near it....i have a feeling much of Yellowstone might be the same. We might camp here again tonight not sure at a differnt site here. Today haded towards Jenny lake, the Tetons and looking for good ...
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