Grand Targhee Resort
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... Jackpot (or so I thought at the time...) and we went to put our reservation slip on the site post before setting off to explore. There were so many postings and reminders about bears that I was half glad that we had a big RV to hide out from being surely eaten by the bears. Apparently, the bears smell the food on everything. Lots of rules posted about "bear etiquette". So it appears that they have tasted lots of people food and they like it a LOT and when they can't ...
... grizzlies and mountains. Teton Lake with the sharp, jagged, glacier covered peaks make a scene that seems like a fake man made dreamland. It looks like the places often pictured on puzzles. But it's real and dominated our drive for 40 more miles. The sun was setting quickly as we raced through the sagebrush filled southern part of the park. We passed a few pronghorn in the fields, but my aim was the moose we often see along the Gros Ventre ...
... around and see other towns fireworks too because its so flat here. Another first for us we were watching fireworks on the 4th of July covered in a blanket lol. On our way home we stopped along a road and got out an looked at the stars again it is beautiful I have never saw a sky like this there is nothing to obstruct your view and you can just see forever, tomorrow we have to do laundry and domestic Goddess duties before we leave on Sunday for Montana.
... the beauty of the Tetons on our way into the park, but our drive to Jackson allowed us to see just how amazing it can look. There was a storm moving through, and as it passed the most beautiful rainbow appeared and stayed with us for most of the drive through the park. The sunset behind the mountains made for really cool lighting. Destination aside, it was a beautiful drive.
The next morning I woke up before everyone else and took the ...
... with those big mountains behind them and it was almost surreal. From there we drove to Jackson, Wyoming and had a delicious lunch of buffalo sloppy Joe sandwiches, Greek salad and peaches and cream soup. The peaches and cream soup served as dessert. The meal was delicious if a bit unusual. We shopped in this upscale western town and I found a beautiful pair turquoise, jade and coral earrings. I would have loved one of the skin ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services