Camp Creek Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... then made a plan to make a big loop through the park. We had lunch at the String Lake picnic area. We scoped out a few new locations for future photo opportunities, but the lighting was pretty much awful as the sun moved to the western side of the range.
We tried finding a spot which was accessible by fire roads in the national forest… but we didn't have good enough directions ...
The story around here is, if you don 't like the weather wait 10 minutes and it will change. On Thursday we went through 3 rain storms. Woke up in the morning to steady rain and about 50. Went to Jackson for the float trip and the sun came out and it warmed to around 60. The trip was very interesting. The guide worked very hard navigating all the debris in the river. The sky had clouds and some sun. After about 1 1/2 hrs we stopped for lunch. He pulled out a cooler ...
... spotted some people pulled over to the right of the road but there weren't any bison in the view ahead of them. Curious, we pulled in beside the other parked cars and joined the gathered crowd who were peering through telescopes at something through a gap in the trees. We were told that the sight that had attracted so much attention was a grissly bear eating its' dinner which, happened to be a buffalo. Yes, that's right. A buffalo. Without the telescope, one could only perceive ...
I got up early to get some shots of the sunlight hitting the peaks of the mountains as it rose. I actually got up too early: I went down to the lake and satisfied myself with a few shots of the nearly-full moon over the mountains, then walked back towards my tent. I looked back and the tips of the mountains were glowing orange, so I had to run back to take more shots. I guess in my early morning mental haze it didn't occur to me that the ...