Teton Mountain View Lodge
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... it is gone. Leaving one wanting more. Leaving one having had a split second or two of complete connection to the star. Like a starving person where detailed information is food, you clutch at every scrap being offered. Sights, sounds, colors, smells, movement. Trying to take in all possible details of the moment. For this point in time,nothing else in the world exists. Just you and the star. Or the fox. Or the elk herd that sits quietly waiting for you around the next ...
After one night in Rapid City in South Dakota I now understand why there are big screens on some hotel windows. The little *******s ate me alive and even had a nibble on tougher Ben. Apparently my body doesn't like American mozzies, so I have spent several days and sleepless nights lumpy, itchy and angry. But anyway, rapid city was delightful - we sampled a glorious Mexican restaurant, tramped around the national parks, saw some excellent local wildlife and posed with the ...
"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 ...
... t so bad. I was still able to be in nature and hear all the birds singing and not a soul was around.
Then came the bugs....not just some biting Mosquitos but swarms of bugs. Some big some little, horseflys divebombing my head, you name it. No amount of bug repellant was working. I stopped once to tie my shoe and swarm of something got in my eyes, ears and mouth as I hurried to get moving again. Since I had to move at ...
Travel day! Today we are headed to the Grand Teton National Park! We packed up the trailer and headed out. We had to take the long ways through Yellowstone because one of the roads down by Old Faithful was still closed. It was about an hour drive to get out of the park. We drove through Hayden Valley and saw a coue of buffalo. It started snowing really bad so it was really hard to see any animals. It ...