Travel Blogs from Teton Village
... tasty treats. I got doughnuts and coffee while Andy, of course, shopped the gift shop. Then we were off. We drove southwest toward Mt. Rushmore. Around Hot Springs took a small but beautiful detour through Nebraska. We gassed up, hit McDonald's for more coffee and were back on track toward WY. As the hills grew larger, more rocky and red, and the towns ...
... how to spin-bounce stones into the Lake. Plan is to come back here and take some kayaks out... Then back to Signal Mountain, shorties on all round and an evening dip in Jackson Lake....f***ing freezing to start with but once in, it was lovely, and some great mountain views helped as well. We also saw two Elk in the campground right down by the Lake, which was great. Then dinner on the fire again, and kids in bed when someone told us we had a flat, a proper ...
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Students were excited to start their first official day at TSS. After an evening of orientation and equipment checkout, students woke up around 6:45 to clear skies and a nice view of the Tetons.
At 7:30, students enjoyed a delicious breakfast of eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, granola, yogurt, and cereal. Immediately following breakfast, ...
... with piped peanut butter cream cheese frosting and chocolate drizzle..yum.
Lots of snow falling tonight so looking forward to skiing tomorrow in fresh powder.
... into one ocean or sea, and the basin on the other side either feeds into a different ocean or sea, or else is endorheic, not connected to the open sea. It runs from the Seward Peninsula in Alaska, through western Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains, including through Glacier National ...
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