Luton's Teton Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so we couldn't figure out where it actually was.
Regardless, Jackson Hole was a cute 'Western' town in a valley (the 'Hole') with an Intelligensia Coffee shop (which we discovered in Chicago) and lots of art galleries/tourist traps/nice shops.
We wandered around and hung out for the 6pm cowboy shoot out on the street. Having scored front row seats we had to leave rapidly when Cameron screamed at the admittedly quite ...
... north of Canyon. Here we cooked up brats and sat back to relax. We continued to Canyon Village for potties and to buy a few things. Andrew got his junior ranger patch. Then we went south some more into Hayden Valley, again spectacularly filled with bison and elk and fowl. We proceeded into the thick forests around volcanic, bubbling Yellowstone Lake. At Fishing Bridge, I headed east to Mary Bay to look for eagles and bears . Instead at ...
... a few kilometres to one of the closer lookouts, while Brendan decided to be energetic and keep going on a longer return loop. Came across some delightful views, a fast flowing waterfall, and a couple of moose - one with her calf.
The return journey saw us stop at Leigh Lake, the popular spot for kayakers and rafters, about tea time. As we had our kitchen with us, there was no great hurry to get back to our site, so Mandy cooked tea in the RV while Brendan maximised his time and ...
... Scouts who collect the antlers and sell them at auction. Way better than selling popcorn!
As I’m writing this I just got a toast message on my Surface saying that congress failed to reach a consensus on the budget and that the government will indeed be shutting down. This is clearly disappointing on so many levels – bad for the economy for sure and has the side-effect of shutting down the National Parks. Fortunately for us ...
... calling Old Yeller until Lauren corrected me. The first "snow tired recommended" sign was a little surprising, but not as alarming as the "snow tires required" sign as we went past the first barricade. We thought about turning around but we saw other sedans full of tourists that definitely didn't have snow tires. There were a lot of ups and downs and sharp turns, but the snow wasn't really sticking so we made it there around 7:10 no problem. Along the way we saw ...