Inn at Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Wow, I'm so pooped! We went sightseeing for like 12 hours today. My parents are so hardcore. They are like energizer bunnies. I can't keep up. We are staying in Teton Village (a ski resort in Jackson Hole), and I really want to go to the whirlpool... hmm, yeah, I think I'm going to go! Will update this later. But I must say, Yellowstone is …
... there was actually a bison sitting very close to the path, unbothered by people passing by. A really wonderful day, with plenty to see. To the Lake side restaurant for dinner and we sat with Glenn and Pauline - other Aussies. They left just before we were ready to go, and then Warren and Mike from New York joined us, and we stayed quite a long time and it was lots of fun, because they're such nice, entertaining ...
We awoke at 7.00am to no rain, no thunderstorms and no bears! Only a moose strolling nearby camp. With only toilet facilities here, sadly not even a wash was practical so it was a quick change all round before the breakfast team began setting up. With a long hike ahead of us, porridge was the best start to the day. After breakfast we prepared a picnic lunch before the big clean up! With the moose still grazing only a few metres away, it seemed only right to take a photo which many of ...
... on the geyser pool theme: here they flow right into the lake. Plus, the pools are vividly colored, with clear water that allows you to see how deep they are.
The Grand Tetons are directly south of Yellowstone, and thanks to 24,000-acre donation by one of the Rockefellers (he beat me to it) it is now one continuous stretch of national park and forest. The ride was slowed by a nasty accident involving a car and a truck pulling a ...
Our drive from Jackson through Yellowstone to get to our new RV park was brutal. No one informed us that the route we took was under major construction. Meaning some of the road was dirt and rocks and so narrow there were just inches on either side of the coach. On the good side we saw a grizzly along with at least 50 other ...