Super 8 Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we saw lakes, remnants of a massive land slide (http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/btnf/re carea/?recid=71645), diving osprey, ranches and different coloured rocks. We stopped in a campground to make our picnic salad and came back.
We heard rumours of a mamma grizzly bear with two cubs in the area, but didn’t ever see them. There were deer roaming around in the campground though. Once again the bigger wildlife ...
... hand to take a picture and before I knew it she was down in the mud! Ug! Silly girl :) good thing we had some extra clothes in the truck! After our little mess we had to clean we headed to Jackson Hole. Right outside of Jackson Hole is the fish hatchery. I thought it would be fun to stop and show Harlie. I also learned that Jeremy had never been to one. I felt like we went to them all the time as a kid...maybe it's cuz ...
... word. I only order entrees and so far haven't managed to finish a meal! Their servings are huge. The chicken strip is perfect for a lunchtime nibble. On our drive through the ranges we were hoping to see a moose or elk. No such luck but lots of prints in the snow. We drove through quaint communities with a handful of houses/ranches that clearly showed there was a lot of money circulating in this area. Either that or building houses is incredibly cheap here. We ...
I got up at 6am, showered, dressed and then went down to breakfast. Food was ok here, i ate and then returned to my room. I got ready for the day, used the WiFi, packed my bags and then took them down to the coach. We left the hotel by 7.30am. I did a quick update as we drove back to Yellowstone national park. We got in the park and then drove to the main visitors center. Here we just picked up some snacks and were on our way again. Our next stop was at
... through the Teton Pass into Jackson Hole, our destination for the night. It still looks (intentionally and somewhat annoyingly) like an old western town. Too hokey for my taste, though maybe it's something to do with the fact that in winter temperatures regularly fall below minus 50f/40c....that has to do something to your judgement of what is ascetically acceptable.
Looking forward to Teton and Yellowstone Parks...hopefully we will see Yogi there.