The Lodge At Jackson Fork Ranch
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2358 feet elevation gain in 5 miles in 3 hours , up at 10,300ft
Emily and I got a late start this morning, but ended up reaching the trail head of Jackson peak via Goodwin lake around noon after an hour long ride into Curtis canyon via the horrible off-road trail in Robs truck. The road isn't maintained, so there are parts where you can't even squeeze past if another car is coming, and there are huge chunks of dirt taken out where people are gotten stuck in ruts. ...
On our way to Powell, WY. Dad is feeling much better and wanted to drive. Yeah! I get to catch up on my blog and enjoy the beautiful drive. I have to give it to the southwest/west - they have the mountains! Every drive is awesome! We get to go home through Kansas so then I can appreciate Ohio again. Right now I don't. GPS took us through Jackson WY (Jackson Hole). Looks like a great town to explore our next trip to WY. Snake River was close by ...
Thurs. July 31 – Day 6 Hi everyone! I'm writing this from Red Hills Ranch in Wyoming, near Jackson Hole. Alex and I have been here for two full days now – and we apologize for the lack of communication but we have no internet or cell reception out here! On Tuesday, the 29th (I think…my days are getting all mixed up) Alex and I woke up reeeeally early (about 4 am) to get ready and set off to see the Badlands at sunrise. We had arrived the night ...
... out into a kind of dry basin with lots of oil rigs around. Later that morning
we stopped at a place called Tensleep. A local directed as to the local bakery
and coffee shop. It was so nice in there we stayed for two hours as they also had
free WiFi. We arrived in Cody, the home town of Buffalo Bill mid afternoon. Very touristy
with the old Erma
Hotel from the early
1800, where in front of it every evening at 18.00 hours there is a staged shoot
A fabulous trip down the Snake River on rubber rafts, and on to Yellowstone National Park, and went to thermal springs. Through Grand Total National Park, which has wonderful scenery. We had a local guide at the bubbling geysers and hot springs, and there were lots of mud paint ...