Rocky Mountain Lodge
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Left Longhorn Ranch at 10 a.m. on the motorcycles. Headed west on route 287 on a very chilly ride to the Tetons north of Jackson Hole. Right now they should be called the Smokies. The smoke from fires in bordering states is blanketing this entire area, all the way to Cody and beyond. All our photos will look fuzzy due to the smoke blanket. The crisp, clear pictures and views will not be seen on this trip. (disappointing, but making the best of it ...
... did not flash his red and blue top lights, so I didn't stop, of course. (Rita and I will recall, when a state trooper stopped us (i.e., me) in Tennessee, he clearly flashed his lights.) It was beginning to get eerie. I was driving with the top down, but suddenly the wind picked up, and my Casper newspaper started flying in all directions. Raindrops started to fall. I decided to pull over and take ...
... like we are on our way home!
We stopped and took a picture when we crossed the Continental Divide then said our goodbyes to Yellowstone. Fortunately we had seeing Teton National Park to look forward to and started our visit at the Coulter Bay Visitor Center. The kids never miss a chance to play with any type of antlers and headed right to the "hands on" display. We played "guess what animal I am" with ...
... and with mountains surrounding us on three sides. Our trail got extremely steep all of a sudden as we began our ascent to the saddle. We could make out a large wooden stake which marked the top of the saddle, but it would only be reached at the end of a 350 foot climb over a quarter mile.
Things got a bit scary as Lily started to have trouble breathing about 100-150 feet from the top. It was windy and a bit cold and the mix of ...
... to be where they were at right at that moment, taking awe in the view around us and enjoying one another's company. Can you even ask for anything more in any given moment life? To just be happy in the moment, whatever it brings?
Not 45 minutes later, we were at our X: A lovely, slightly slanted, grassy plain overlooking a wildflower-laden river. We delighted in the large mountains to our East and West as well, and it seemed to heighten the feeling ...