Miller Park Lodge
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I was very sore today after the Jackson peak hike, but on afternoon work break I committed to going to hike the Valley Trail with Katelin. We left the ranch on foot and headed over to Poker Flats. From there we followed a horse trail that we had previously ridden in with Brad. It took us up to the Valley Trail connection and we took a left. It was more of a walk, but still is a little over three miles both ways. I played my radio to pretty upbeat songs and when we got to ...
... Swiss days here…another last minute unplanned stop for us but again a touch of home – sort of!. The next morning we stopped in the town and asked the history of all of the ‘Swiss-ness’…the answer = no one had any idea, it seems as if somebody took a liking to Switzerland and the whole town just went along with it – fantastic!
If anyone knows the proper history of the town’s ‘Swiss adoption’ let us know!
... for other days. I was happy with the light, but a bit disappointed in the fact that the sky was rather hazy. After an hour or so, I headed back to our campsite. The girls were up and getting ready for breakfast, but I decided to take a nap after my early departure that morning.
Around mid-day, we left the campsite to tour the park. We first stopped at the visitor center to pick up a ...
... stopped to allow them to pass. We obviously filmed the whole ordeal as they started head butting the trailer at the front and I think this is because he was getting too close and trying to edge his way through the herd. In my opinion, he should have waited but these American drivers, so impatient and tail gate like there is no tomorrow! Jenny and I have had many near misses on the roads with idiots overtaking around a blind corner or hill or when there is a car on the other side ...
... and formed Taggert Lake. Bradley Lake (elevation 7,022 feet) is fed by a stream from Garnet Canyon, which originates from a glacier next to Middle Teton approximately 5,000 feet above. Unfortunately, the trails were covered in snow, so students were only able to hike to Taggert Lake, but some groups were able to view Bradley from above.
Today, students learned that the Teton Mountains are the youngest range in the country. ...