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- Free parking
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... are horse saddles at the bar, and some music playing. After a beer we headed for camp and were happy to get back and do some washing before a comfortable nights sleep. The following morning some people were white water rafting and others were horse back riding, there were 6 of us who just wanted to go into town. I had arranged to meet Mick and it was really good to see him again. He gave us a tour of ...
... and the familiar landscape of red rocks and canyons gave way to more mountainous terrain.
We drove to SLC and briefly stopped at the REI in Sandy so that D could buy new hiking boots. D also made a request to stop at Chick-Fil-a, which so far has been our only fast-food meal on the trip. After navigating through nasty mid-day traffic ...
... the beauty of the Tetons on our way into the park, but our drive to Jackson allowed us to see just how amazing it can look. There was a storm moving through, and as it passed the most beautiful rainbow appeared and stayed with us for most of the drive through the park. The sunset behind the mountains made for really cool lighting. Destination aside, it was a beautiful drive.
The next morning I woke up before everyone else and took the ...
... spotted some people pulled over to the right of the road but there weren't any bison in the view ahead of them. Curious, we pulled in beside the other parked cars and joined the gathered crowd who were peering through telescopes at something through a gap in the trees. We were told that the sight that had attracted so much attention was a grissly bear eating its' dinner which, happened to be a buffalo. Yes, that's right. A buffalo. Without the telescope, one could only perceive ...
... of toast and hash browns. Others ordered French Toast while some took risks on plates of spicy elk or bison sausage.
After breakfast, we boarded the bus for the two hour ride into Jackson Hole. The scenery was beautiful, and we stopped at the Continental Divide. Students learned that in this spot, water will either run into the Pacific Ocean or ...