Flat Creek Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free airport shuttle
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Jackson
... decide to hike back to the car.
Our hike back is fun since we team up with a family of four. They are a scream and we spend time joking and talking. Before we know it, we’re back at the Jenny Lake visitor center. We bid our new pals goodbye and head off to the car. We’re both whipped—Allen especially since he has been up since 5:00 am. So, instead of cooking, we decide to go to Thai Me Up, a great Thai restaurant in Jackson. It’s not ...
... Junction. Just as we turn we see a line of cars. Yep, some animal is off the road. We stop to see MOOSE munching on the grasses. We had a close encounter with a moose in Alaska, so we’ve had the pleasure of seeing them before, but there’s just something about seeing these magnificent creatures in the lower 48. OK, we see moose, now where’s squirrel?
After our moose encounter, we continue our drive back to Colter Bay. Once we’re back ...
... area of Moose to put their naturalist skills in action. All groups explored a portion of the Snake River bottom. Along the hike, students had a view of the Murie Family Ranch. The Muries are very well known in this part of the country as advocates for wildlife preservation. They helped pass the 1964 Wilderness Act, and Mardy Murie also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1998, the highest ...
... Lodge. It was very busy and took way longer than we expected. Because the weather looked pretty good when we made our plans this morning, we opted to go up to the Grand Teton National Park and take some pictures of the majestic mountains. As it turned out, the clouds moved in and most of the peaks were again covered in clouds. We drove a loop north on Hwy 191/89/26, to Moose Junction, Moran Junction, Jackson Lake Lodge, ...
... the sulfur steam, we didn't even noticed that we passed right by them lying right on the edge! A few pictures of both the bison and the bear, and we were on our way to the next stop. After a stop at the smelly sulfur pits, and a quick hike up to mud puts, we headed for the Yellowstone Falls. The hike down Uncle Tom's trail is about 800 feet, straight down, on metal stairs. Combined with the 8,000' elevation, it's not a cakewalk, but it was definitely worth ...