Teton Mountain View Lodge
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... glittered into gold.
By the time we arrived at the National Park, Helios and his chariot drawn by four horses with fiery wings had pulled the sun high enough to sear off the remaining fog. A quick check of the temperature revealed that it was a wonderfully brisk 52 degrees; I kept my window rolled down throughout, feeling the skin on my arms bump and harden with the chill. We came in through the Jackson entrance and after receiving a map from the ...
... ledge toward what they think will be escape, but actually puts them in the trap.
Between the two museums that are located about 3 blocks apart we discovered the first of two international music performances in the central park in downtown Jackson. The first was an Asiatic drum group, we were too far away and came in at the end of the performance so did not hear where they were from.
We had lunch at the Local a restaurant that focuses on using ...
Birds chirping and the horizon glowing, I inch the truck quietly out of the campground. Taking a right, I immediately start scanning the edges of the road and open meadows for signs of movement. I have giggled in the past that if I hadn't chosen a career in teaching, "wildlife spotter"
might have been the next best choice. Blind as a bat up close, somehow, I can spot movement in a landscape like a raptor searching for breakfast. This morning, it wouldn't take an eagle ...
"Once there was a mountain man who couldn't write his name,
Yet he deserves a front row seat in history's Hall of Fame.
He forgot more about the Indians than we will ever know,
He spoke the language of the Sioux, the Blackfoot and the Crow.
Let's drink to old Jim Bridger,
Lift your glasses high......."
Johnny Horton, 1955.
Big cooked brekkie before saying "good-bye " to the kids ...
... Watched him until he disappeared from view.
We also got to watch a mother merganser on her nest as we passed by, then nice osprey gliding along looking for fish for dinner. Got to the portage point and took a break. Went into the woods to relieve ourselves. The only reason this is mentioned is it was a very ...