Cabin Creek Inn
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very nice place to stay. the owners are great, we can fully recommend!
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... on TV.
Another few stops to see an Elk grazing roadside & another Bison near a gas station.
Now, the law didn't catch up with us after the Deadwood episode, but guess who was told by the Park Rangers to 'Move back to the gravel, sir' & 'Don't stop in the road, sir' as he was trying to get close shots of the wildlife?
We missed seeing Old Faithful blow but didn't want to wait another hour in the pouring rain so on we ...
... the mountain tops even in August.
Jackson Hole is the entire huge area surrounded on all sides by mountains. Jackson is the large town. Mostly dedicated to skiing. Wow has it grown since I was here with Bob many moons ago. Now it has all the junk stores and some of the designer stuff too. When Bob and I were here before, there was a ...
... stopped for grizzly bear! Very cool! Dad got a good picture with telephoto lens. Left Grand Tetons and drove right into Yellowstone National Park. Amazing! We will be during more of Yellowstone with Dianna and Dave & Cheryl next week. Did stop for a few pictures, one was a cow elk eating along side the road! Should be at Dianna's in about an hour. What a great day! ( I thought it was going to be a long 9 hour drive with out much ...
... Anyways we bid Mulletina goodbye for our quest for food, promising we’d return in an hour or so, to which she happily chided "I won’t be here, the other bartender Amy will." Well thank you very much Mrs. mean-mullet, it wasn’t nice to meet you either! I wanted to point out that New York was in fact part of her cherished America, but I spied a pistol and hand cuffs hung above the cash registered and thought better of it.
After trekking down ...
We drove north on highway 191 leaving Pinedale behind and heading for the Grand Tetons,Yellowstone, and beyond. It was windy as we drove up the pass and through Bondurant before finally calming down by the time we passed Granite Creek and rolled into the Hoback Campground. The campground is eight miles south of Hoback Junction which is where the highways from the south (the one we come on) and the west (highways ...