Super 8 Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... NPS map was not detailed enough. After driving for about an hour, we gave up and turned around and headed back to camp. (Turns out we took a wrong turn somewhere along the way).
When we got back to camp, the girls made friends with another family which was staying in a cabin next to us. After dinner, we enjoyed roasting marshmallows, making s'mores, and sharing stories.
... What a spot of luck! They were really cool and had been doing all the national parks, eventually making their way to Canada. They had some really funny stories so we enjoyed the evening, welcoming the hospitality of their open fire and cover. The next morning, we had decided to do a tour of all the main geysers and to hopefully see old faithful explode! The tour was fascinating; the geysers were all called various names depending on their appearance. Artists paint pot was ...
... Ruby was most drenched of the occupants given her location and she was now shivering..... but we made it through without anyone being thrown from the raft! and all cheered. Shortly after that we landed the raft and it was done! We were off to put dry clothes on. On the bus ride back to Jackson we sat close to stay warm.
After we got back into Jackson, we went and ordered photos that where taken by a local company as ...
... names all the way at the bottom of the standby list, we knew we only had two chances: buckleys and none.
Fortunately the next flight was only a few hours later so we spent some down time in Salt Lake City airport, rather than catch a bus into town and see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The one thing that has been on the news constantly is the United States contemplating military action in Syria, which has really opened an interesting debate as the majority ...
... mountains in the US... but I think Mt Rushmore might have something to say about that... One thing to their credit, was that they had an amazing system of bike tracks, though. I reckon you could have ridden for hundreds of kilometers without hitting dirt under your tyres!
Anyhow, I wasn't here to hike or rock climb (luckily...given the weather), so ...