The Lodge At Jackson Fork Ranch
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... of wildlife. A true gem in Jackson.
The evening was free evening that we used to travel into Jackson where many of us met at a restaurant called Local. Nancy and I arrived a bit early and took the opportunity to shop a bit for my co-workers as well as enjoy a drink at the Cowboy Bar, opposite the Jackson Town Square. The seats at the bar are actually in the shape of saddles. What a fun way to celebrate the western heritage of Jackson ...
Today's big activity was snowshoeing for the Eagle group! I was hoping for a bit more time to acclimate to the altitude before getting into the high activity portions of the program, but no luck. We made our lunches at breakfast and sealed them into our Rubbermaid containers which we placed in our backpacks to carry during our hike. The group visited the Outfitting Center at the TSS and we all ...
After the flood, we left the Tetons and headed for Jackson, WY to take the Tram up to the "Top of the World". At the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort we paid our tram fee and took the 12 minute ride up 4000 feet in elevation to look out over Jackson Hole - it was spectacular and COLD! From the top we could see all of the very impressive ...
... a long line of cars parked on the highway. They were photographing a large herd of bison behind a fence, presumably not actually wild! So, we took a couple photographs too.
We’ve settled in to the Elk Country Inn, a fabulous family run motel in infamous Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Very touristy town, looking very old west. Tons of Motels for the size of the town. Tons of art stores and touristy shops. Went to the famous ...
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 ...