Teton Mountain View Lodge
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... the foresight and hard work of many great individuals. We are so blessed to live in a country that preserves the most magnificent outdoor places for the upliftment of all citizens.
Well that's it for Tetons.............. One More Thing.
If you have read this far you might be wondering where are the Moose? We had a small herd of moose in the campground and saw them several times. Kent spent a little bit of time ...
... which requires fire for seed to germinate the fire-affected ares are now covered with small 27 year old trees all of the same size with skeleton trunks of burned trees poking out above. Apparently these can take a 100 years to rot. In other places pines were felled by sudden springs arising and by soaking up chemicals from geyser activity so there is lots of dead lying wood as well, then occasionally living older trees where the fire veered away with ...
... a half mile up to Hidden Falls and a half mile back. Beautiful sightseeing along the way and awesome falls. We finally found a blooming bluebell. They are indigenous to this area. Tonight we're taking appetizers, our camp chairs and head out to Oxbow Bend Junction for some moose, elk and bear viewing, hopefully! We're taking our Wyoming sipping Whiskey, too. Well, the appetizers were good but the animal viewing is a bust! Saw a couple ...
We took a long day hike into Cascade Canyon today. Even with the boat ride across Jenny Lake, it is still a 10 mile hike. We were rewarded with fine views of the changing Autumn foliage. Personally, I didn't find the view from Inspiration Point particularly inspirational - after the very strenuous hike through thin air, I was really hoping for something more - but I did have a sense of achievement ...
... than the Rocky Mountains. The rocks
making up the mountains, however, are about 2.8 billion years old.
On the second half of the hike we had one eye on the
increasingly dark and noisy sky, but we made it back to the car, and to a lunch
area, just before the thunderstorm began. The food in the parks has ...