Camp Creek Inn
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Twin Falls is a pretty city only 25,000 people and the Snake River is an added bonus. Shoshone falls are not as spectacular as some of the photos we saw because they have diverted the water to fix the hydro plant. But you can see by the photos that it was still nice. And I got to use my senior national parks card today twice! This got Ken and I in for free!
We left Twin Falls and started our drive to The Grand Tetons. Ken ...
... with me, commented on how extraordinary it was - and they fish that area all the time. I was disappointed that the rest of the family could not share this with me so I took many pictures to try to capture what I was experiencing. I had gotten the full moon after all. I am reminded of one of my favorite phrases: "Life is what happens when you were planning something else".
(Jon taking over)
Once we got breakfast, ...
... in awe of the natural beauty around you. Jeff and Andrew took a little swim in Jenny lake after the hiking.
We had an adjustment in our schedule as we were heading to Yellowstone. There was an accident at the north entrance and they rerouted traffic. We hung out at Colter Bay for a bit but decided to go back to Jackson and go around to the West entrance. We stopped for dinner in Jackson. They were estimating it could be 3-4 ...
... 8217;t rush out of there. When we got close to the Grand Tetons, you really couldn’t see them all that great because of clouds and fog. We just kept going to the boat dock just to see if the rain would stop. I really thought it was a long shot, but didn’t have any other ideas. We finally found a parking spot there, and it started hailing along with the rain. We just sat there and it actually blew over ...
... and the Tetons were covered with clouds. We stopped at a visitor center and watched a movie about the park. It was pretty laid back but what else would we do on a rainy day? We went to a sushi place for dinner and, with no reservation, ate at the bar. Nice to have something besides steak and buffalo for a change! Now we are having some downtime and actually blogging and watching tv but really, we weren't really missing anything by not having a tv in Yellowstone. TV is pretty ...