The White Buffalo Club
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Another day, another 5.30am wake-up call. Breakfast was actually included this morning, so I took my luggage down to the lobby and joined the insanely long queue for breakfast. Turns out we weren't the only tour group in the hotel, and they were also leaving at 6.30am. Lame. To add to the testing of my patience, I watched 5 people in a row turn the …
... we headed into town to buy a few forgotten things and replenish our ice supply. While we were there, a thunderstorm rolled in. The clouds were spectacular. We saw lightening for the first time in a while. E made up her mind that she was terrified of the storm and was insisting that she hide under her bed when we got back to camp. The rain thwarted our plan of another campfire and ...
... into Jackson Hole around lunch, found an RV space in a park a mile from town. After lunch in Jackson Hole, we had a great hike to the summit above Jackson so that we could see the Grand Tetons.
We are planing to take the local shuttle to Snow King Ski Resort for dinner, then back to Jackson Hole for live music.
* - We have been to Yellowstone in the past. I am sure we will return when we have more time to spend ...
... meadows full of rolling, green hills. This definitely appeared to be much more suited to wolves and preceded to keep our eyes peeled at the setting, anticipating to see any sort of animal. Reaching the centre of the valley, the meadows to the right were full of black dots, which turned out to be huge herds of bison grazing. we had not realised that bison were such herding animals but this sight proved us wrong. It was fantastic to see a completely natural, free setting for ...
After some discussions with the guy in the hostel about where we could go hiking yesterday, he had said there is a trail that will actually sneakily take you into Grand Teton National Park. We weren't technically allowed to do it obviously, but who would know? However on seeing him again this morning, he showed us the front of the local newspaper which had people being fined and reported who had snuck into the national park. So ...