Moose Creek Ranch
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We camped at Grant Village campground and had just finished
eating dinner when another storm hit, this time lasting for a couple hours. We
hung out in the car, drinking wine and playing cards, until the storm finally died
down and we got some sleep.
First, an update on our last night at Jenny Lake Lodge . We did finally see an elk after sunset . See photo below. This morning we drove over the Tetons via Teton Pass ( 8,500 ft Elev ) on the way to Swan Valley Idaho to fish the South Fork of the Snake River . This is a great fly fishing stream but it was also a great day because this was Sally first drift boat trip, first ...
... road, next five miles," and from that point on, we were on lookout for the rest of the day! At Grand Teton, we saw two moose and were able to get really close to them and got some great pictures! Then, on our way to the next hotel in Billings, MT, we had to drive back through Yellowstone, and we actually saw two separate bear sitings! Each time she had a baby cub with her, which was pretty cute to watch (from a distance, ...
... going down. Before we went down we had a very long break next to a glacier lake, lie down in snow. We saw some thing move that we thought was a Fisher. On the way down Maeve and Eileen, my mom saw a pheasant. There were huckleberries all along the trails so Maeve and I, Molly, took as meant as we could. We had been hiking through a berry area when my Dad said that he saw a cub. My mom ushered Maeve and I forward while we tried to ...
... for some boating. E and D got a kayak, while A and I rented a canoe. We all enjoyed paddling around and soaking in the views. That was, until I realized my phone and car keys had gone missing!! I had put them in a ziploc bag and put that in my jacket pocket. Somehow it managed to wrestle free from under the lifejacket and plunk into the water. We circled back to see if we could find it (hoping it was floating), but it was not to be found. ...