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... meeting friends for supper in Yellowstone.
Our first stop was at Jenny Lake. The last time I was personally here, I hiked all the way around this lake. But this time Paul and I hiked the short distance to the lake, took a few pictures, and then hiked back to his parents.
Some of Paul and my friends live in this area. ...
Today was our first day of our two day hike, it is actually day two and we are done but we couldn't blog. We started at Granite Canyon Trailhead. We had hiked a mile or more or less when we stopped to have a break. We had been at a a little half circle off the trail when we heard a thumping noise. A few seconds later a guy came along on a horse we then saw a mule chained to the ...
... it! It was epic! The language was salty and loud! We were all screaming at this particularly imbecilic individual trying to pull out and further secure our fate in causing a hellacious log jam! Friendly other visitors joined in the screaming and traffic direction! Laughing ensued quickly after becoming free from the mess we were stuck in and off to look at more beauty.
Ryan: he is the only one to not really contribute as of yet. Stay tune for his, sure to be great contribution.
... a beautiful 5.6 km (3 mile) hike around the land that used to be part of a large private ranch of the Rockefellers called JY Ranch. This leads to stunning Phelps Lake which Zach of course had to throw rocks into it and eventually fell in off the rock he was standing on and got all wet so Dad had to carry him back on his shoulders with no shirt, socks, or shoes.
Next we drove to Jenny Lake (great name) and once again stopped at the visitor centre first and then headed over ...
... about bears, there was a distinction between how to respond to a black bear versus a grizzly bear if attacked. We concluded that if we see a bear, we probably won't rush over and punch it in the nose. That would make for an interesting story, though!
We went to Jenny Lake and took a boat across the lake. We then hiked nearly a mile up the side of the mountain past Hidden Falls and close to Inspiration ...