Super 8 Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to it being so cold this morning I'd opted for complete wet suit, was a bit annoying when it was warm and sunny, but as the water was freezing I was pleased I did. It was a lovely run down, we saw lots of bald eagles, adult and immature, as well as a couple of osprey. The rapids were fun, although quite tame, the guide said the they had far less water than normal because the snow melt was much less due to a poor snow year. A number of ...
... to a radio station, where he was given candy bar. The people asked my dad for his name to broadcast on the radio station. Through his tears they heard "Bruce Tunto." Eventually his parents came back to claim him . Don't worry, we didn't forget Bruce! After shopping, we went to our campground. We asked a girl at the welcoming center for a recommendation for dinner. ...
... Act of 1862 passed, settlers came to Jackson Hole to enjoy the land opportunities presented to them. Once word spread about the beauty of the Tetons, others came to live in the region. Ranching defined Jackson Hole and tourism became the “main economic force.”
I think I’ve discovered why I like Jackson so much. “In 1920, six years after it was incorporated, Jackson elected one of the nation’s early all-woman ...
... then we were all off to town again to have Bubba's bbq. I ended up having a smoking sausage sandwich which was delicious then half of us decided to go to the local cinema and watch Mad Max while the rest went back to the same bar as last night to watch Drew's ice hockey team play. Unfortunately they lost 2 nil so he wasn't best pleased. On the other hand Mad Max ended up being way better than I ...
... of nature and my self talk of trying to stay on pace I made it back to the parking lot at dusk, 9 miles from when I started. To say I was exhausted was an understatement.
I considered making the drive 55 miles north towards Yellowstone, but I didn't know what I would encounter when I got there, and I would be finding my way in the dark. I knew I needed food asap and a place to sleep, so I turned south to head back towards Jackson Hole. ...