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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnne Kent Cabins Kelly
Two thumbs up! You would soon realize from my pictures below. What a magnificent place to stay it was! You see the tetons and huge green plains right from your porch. What else one requires when he is in Grand Teton NP? Nothing. Cabin is fully equipped with kitchenette, furniture, beds, towels, BBQ grill etc. Simply amazing!
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... unable to find his elusive "sitting and relaxing spot" that he wanted to recreate from his previous GTNP visit. He was sure it was on Jenny Lake, seems like it was probably on String Lake. Fatigue had set in for all of us by this point so we headed back into Jackson for the promised "nice meal". (Covered in too much detail in paragraph 3 above). We never made it to dark before bed, and not a firework was seen or heard by our entire group.
We are very exciting people. ...
... shots in this part of the film were also filmed in Grand Teton National Park. You can even see Blacktail Butte in the movie. If you are interested in seeing a clip, try searching for a you tube video of the Rocky IV training montage. This week students have also seen the warm spring (Kelly Warm Springs) from the movie "Django," and the cabin from the old black and white western, "Shane". Both of these locations were seen on the way to the Gros Ventre ...
Naturalists In Action This morning, we woke up to much the same temperatures, sunny skies, and perfect hiking weather. We geared up for the day with a breakfast of blueberry pancakes, fresh fruit and cereal. Afterwards, students completed their morning e-stations, which centered around heightening their naturalist skills to enhance their understanding of the natural world. Unfortunately, our original plan of exploring the Snake River bottom was not possible ...
Geology, Geography, & Fire Ecology
After a nice evening, we woke up to clear skies with a forecast of a high of 75 degrees and only a 10 percent chance of rain.
For breakfast, we enjoyed western omelettes, along with fresh fruit, yogurt, and cereal. Then, we packed up lunches for the day, and split up into field groups. During the morning e-stations, we explored the geological make up of Grand Teton National ...
... eggs, bacon or sausage, fresh fruit, granola, yogurt, and cereal. Immediately following breakfast, students packed their lunches in their hoorahs (plastic containers) to take with them into the field. Shortly after, students headed back to the main lodge for a brief introduction of the day. While in the lodge, students completed e-stations,and broke into their field groups.
Each group hiked around the TSS campus and learned about ...