Super 8 Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Got up around 8:30, had breakfast at the motel. Headed to the parade. It was raining for awhile, but then it stopped in time for the parade. We walked around town a bit, then it started to rain again. We decided to drive to Victor, Idaho, then Driggs, Sugar City, Thornton, Ririe, Idaho and Alpine, Wy., then back to Jackson. As we drove along Hwy 33, we saw some sunshine ...
... this summer and the perpetrator is going to Federal court! There was another drone incident too but we can't remember what it was.
Tonight we are just south of the Grand Tetons, tomorrow we are headed to Steamboat Springs. We have skied there several times and want to see it in the summer. Then on to the Denver area, to Iowa, and then home!
Until we see you again, lots of love. We've had another amazing adventure but are ready to be ...
... for a walk or rather a hike to Taggart lake. After walking for a mile and seeing an uphill battle before me I turned around. I know I am a woose! So we went up to Signal mountain and enjoyed the views. Then down to String lake a flat walk that I enjoyed. Tomorrow we move on to ...
... peak elevation of 10,450. At the top we walked around, took a bunch of pictures and admired the beautiful rugged mountains and green valley below. We rode the tram back down to the village and browsed around a bit. There are several hotels and condos slope side and numerous shops and restaurants. We all agreed we would love to return some winter to experience Jackson Hole with snow. We loaded up the van and headed back into Jackson. We ...
... flowed north to the Missouri, then east to St. Louis, into the Mississippi, and south to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico. From here water flows south and then west into the Snake River and then west into the Columbia River where it passes Astoria into the Pacific. This is the clandestine part of the Lewis & Clark journey. Anyway, we woke up in Mammoth and broke our two day camp. Jessica and Andrew hiked up the hill to Mammoth town ...