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... the town. There was no shortage of stuffed animals in the Mercantile stores either, showcasing (if in a grotesque kind of way) the types of animals we’d likely to be seeing in the nearby Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
Once we’d done a loop around the square where all the shops are situated, it was time to have a drink in the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, a famous Saloon for ...
Officially a free day for the program, and I was fortunate to meet another woman at the program who was interested in downhill skiing the famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Others planned a day with a nature walk along the Snake River, a snowshoe adventure into Granite Canyon in the Grand Teton National Park, or a long day traveling up by Snowcoach into Yellowstone ...
... have a sleep in and Amanda cooked us pancakes for breakfast. Usually we have cereals, instant oatmeal or bagels to toast so this was a treat. I'd be en up early and done my washing so after breakfast I sorted out my bag, went for a walk along the river and caught up on emails because we hadn't had phone or internet for a couple of days. It was nice to have emails from Mum, Ro and Bec. The morning had been cloudy and cool but the sky cleared just in time for ...
... million years. The visitors centre and educational presentation was brilliant as was the walking and driving loop around the park.
3 of the group left us at this point as they have a couple of days planed around the Idaho Falls and Yellowstone area so we continued on as 3 couples, Carl and Paola, Greg and Melissa and Noela and I.
Heading into Idaho Falls a storm built to the North and looked very menacing, these parts get Tornados so we ...
... on a stool and pretended to row while Molly played the part of the oar by holding my arms back. Man, I really hope no one was looking in the window for that one. In the end, we decided to skip the canoe and just go for another hike instead.
Our only ER-free evening there was really nice. We went for a family hike on one of the easy trails. Since Iris was just starting to walk again, we kept her in the stroller the whole time, which ...