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We arrived today at Grand Teton National Park (GTNP). We will stay just outside of the park in an amazing little camping cabin that just happens to be open by luck...does this all sound familiar?
Lava Mountain Lodge has tent spots right out side of park so we check it out. Tent camping was $18 but they happen to have a grizzly cabin with a heater, bunks, and a ...
... in a northwesterly direction towards the Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Instead of going all the way back to I-80, then to Rawlins and up 287 to Muddy Gap Junction, I found out that a dirt road would take me to Alcova on 220. It was a stretch of 35 miles, which I drove at 20 mph but I still got pretty dusty. It was a great drive with many fine views.
(Story to be continued tomorrow.)
... trip has given our family!
A huge statue of an elk greeted us at the Dubois KOA. Better then that though was finding 6 horses living just steps away from our campsite. The owners kept their horses in a barn at the campground and told us the kids were welcome to visit and feed the horses. The kids could hardly wait to get over to the barn and spent hours talking and petting them and feeding them ...
... as well, but because they weren't next to an established trail, we couldn't fully trust them. They could have been cairns for some other trail.
Finally, after an hour of climbing, we were able to confirm that we were heading in the right direction, that the saddle in front of us was the saddle for which we were looking. We hiked directly up from cairn to cairn, in 80-100 foot increments, taking breaks to catch breath, the goal in plain ...
... and putting that ice cream bucket on my head was the epitome of silliness at that moment. :)
Just as the night seemed to be winding down, Zach looked at the mountain behind us, its summit rising steeply nearly 600 feet from our position. He proclaimed that we should conduct a peak ascent. All the boys looked at each other for about 5 seconds before telepathically agreeing. The 7 of us dashed up the hillside towards the mountain. Lily decided to ...
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