Grand Targhee Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... crowded, but the further out I got I found myself alone for good stretches of time. I revel in the quite and solitude that these hikes offer me. It was so peaceful, and a beautiful day to be outside. I had the lake on one side of me, and trees and mountains on the other. What more could I ask for?! I set a good pace and knew I had to keep an eye on the sun so that I didn't run out of daylight, as I started my hike rather late. I was told it ...
... next to another tour group, it was a bit cozy. We were right alongside the Snake River. We were meant to be cooking dinner at camp but Amanda offered to take us into town so we could go to the famous Million Dollar cowboy bar. Ernie made a big deal of it, saying the company should pay for his dinner because he is a pensioner and dinner was meant to come from the food kitty... so he didn't come but had leftovers at camp, and Aussie Jan chose to stay ...
... bright green, yellow, orange, and the most beautiful turquoise I’ve seen . The sulfur smell was a bit nasty. We headed over to a huge plume of white billowing steam , which turned out to be the after-activity from an early morning eruption of Steam Boat Geyser whose last two eruptions were July of 2013 and 2005. We didn’t see Old Faithful due to road work in the park, but that’s okay, the Rangers were pretty excited ...
... Tetons, not only to stay in Teton Village, but to pay a visit to the Alpenhof Bistro. Exceptional food and really fantastic service.
My drive wasn't all that long today, and since it was already in my car's CD player, the Dead's American Beauty was the choice. But I'm a man of my word, and as I promised yesterday, tomorrow's playlist won't disappoint!
It's hard to believe I'm almost done. I passed the halfway point the other day, and ...
As I awoke this morning and thought of it being Memorial Day, I was very thankful for the sacrifices that so many men and women have made so that I have the freedom to enjoy our beautiful world. We should salute and honor all of our veterans everyday.
We started out with a walk to Lake Jackson to see the Teton range with the morning sun shining on it. It was the most beautiful sight I have ever seen. I cannot ...