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Travel Blogs from Driggs
... fingers crossed that whatever it was we saw would still be there. Michael spotted it first, and the camera lens established that it was a coyote. We got some pretty good photos of him crossing a stream before he disappeared into the long grass on the other side. We made it to our campground at shortly after 10pm so it was a good call to do the whole journey in one day so we get a bit longer at Grand Teton National ...
... was my least favorite. The food there was excellent, and the kids seemed to get along well.
After that we came back and walked out to a beautiful pond by the cabin and built a bonfire. We sat there and watched the sunset and built a nice fire and roasted a few marshmallows - it was the perfect end to a really fun day.
Sunday we went and rented paddleboards in the morning for a run on the Teton River. We ...
"You can"t roller skate in a buffalo herd
You can't roller skate in a buffalo herd
You can't roller skate in a buffalo herd,
But you can be happy if you've a mind to."
1965 Roger Miller
Got up at 6 so we could drive and see animals, and to get good sunlight on the waterfall.
Drove past numerous bison, then a mother bear and two cubs. Then a bison who ran away from a group ...
... t so bad. I was still able to be in nature and hear all the birds singing and not a soul was around.
Then came the bugs....not just some biting Mosquitos but swarms of bugs. Some big some little, horseflys divebombing my head, you name it. No amount of bug repellant was working. I stopped once to tie my shoe and swarm of something got in my eyes, ears and mouth as I hurried to get moving again. Since I had to move at ...
... you could see everything. It was amazing!!!!!! We were going to try to stay at the last campsite in the camping grounds. We found an awesome campsite with amazing views and snow right across the trail from us. By then snow was no big deal for us. We took the site and hiked up the trail a bit, a few minutes later we found the sign saying we were leaving the camping zone. End of Day ...