The Woods Hotel
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... br> So we wound up in Laramie, which wasn't where had initially intended to wind up., it was much further away, but closer to Colorado, which was our next destination.
The hotel was nice, we got there late, but we had a big room with a very big bed, and Laramie is actually a city, so there were stores around, and it wasn't in the middle of nowhere, so that's a plus.
So in conclusion, Grand Tetons are absolutely beautiful, and Wyoming is a very strange state,
One of Rich's wish list items for life is a balloon ride and today we were able to make that happen. What better place to have this experience than at the Teton Mountain Range.
It was an early start for the day; up at 5:00 am and at the pick up forty five minutes later. Immediately adjacent to the Jackson Hole ski resort, the balloon operation was fully contained in four utility trailers in a farm field. Our van driver backed us into ...
... I am touched by each of these and want to share them:
“You must search for the loveliness of America; it is not obvious; it is scattered; but when you find it, it touches you and binds you to it like a great secret oath taken in silence.” Struthers Burt, Jackson Hole Dude Rancher, 1934
“Wilderness itself is the basis of all our civilization. I wonder if we have enough reverence for life to concede to ...
... at Artisan Pizza for gluten-free pizza. Yep, that’s a yummy pizza. Finally, we stop at Moo’s, back on the square in Jackson. We each have a scoop of Moo’s homemade ice cream. It’s delicious. We walk a bit on the boardwalk to find Cocolove, the boutique chocolate shop our visitor center pal told us about. OMG is all I have to say for the moment.
We’re both beat and decide to drive back to our campsite, but decide to stop ...
... observatories. He even built an observatory at TSS. Sam has also been recognized by NASA for a lesson that he wrote on astronomy. He is currently launching a nonprofit organization called Wyoming Stargazing in the hopes to help others explore the extraordinary in the ordinary. If the skies are clear, we will have the opportunity to view the night sky, as well as several planets through telescopes this evening.