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... been damming in a hope of seeing one. We find the Beaver lodge and a beaver deceiver but no beaver. Time to sit back enjoy the stunning landscape with the magnificent mountain backdrop and keep our eyes peeled. We past through
meadows of sage and cottonwood backed by the majestic lodge Pine and Aspen trees which are
changing into their Rich Autumn colours. Hopefully you will see how beautiful the landscape is from our ...
... lake for lunch, and then Jenny lake. At Jenny lake we walked around the edge of the lake, it was a lovely walk, nice and forested, and unlike a number of the walks it wasn't a paved path. As we walked along we saw a moose, unfortunately it was behind a tree so I didn't manage to get a decent photo, some of the other groups walking saw a black bear with cubs as well. We walked round to the point that you can get a boat to, and then ...
What a great way to end our stay in the Greater Yellowstone area. First we were caught in a buffalo jam on our way to view the other wildlife there was out there. Got some great shots as they moved about heading across the road.
We also got to the Footbridge area and were told there was nothing there but there was some activity down at Hitching Post. Headed down there and got ourselves set up ...
... Ocean. “From Jackson Hole the Snake turns west into Idaho and eventually joins the Columbia River, which flows into the Pacific.” The river get its name from “the serpentine gesture the Shoshone Indians use to describe themselves.” The Snake River is home to bald eagles, river otters, osprey, and moose. Not to mention, fisher people and rafters.
We head into the town of Jackson to learn more about it, but first a wifi ...
... growling from the safety of the car. Throughout the day we also saw elk and bison (both a first for me), coyotes (mistaken by a large group of very excited tourists as wolves), and some more pronghorn and mule deer. An exciting end to the day included the sighting of a cinnamon black bear with two cubs, one black and one cinnamon. It all happened really fast, so we couldn’t snap any good pictures, but at least we have some ...