Anne Kent Cabins
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When we started deciding about this journey, I was pretty stubborn about visiting Grand Teton NP. Many tourists fly to Jackson Hole, WY or somewhere is Montana and end up visiting only Yellowstone NP. I do not see the logic there. If you are spending this much money, then why would you not visit Grand Teton that is just 1 hour south from …
... our other lodgings on this trip, the price-to-amenities ratio for this lodging was perhaps the highest for the whole trip (with only one night to go after this).
We took it easy for the rest of the afternoon (a couple hours). I took a nap and Ruth went down to the Guest Lounge to catch up on messaging, Facebook posting, and the like. I joined her for a while later and did a little (unfortunately, just a little) catching up of my own.
We decided to stay ...
Synthesis / Review / Celebration
This morning, we awoke to clear skies and much better weather than the last few days. It was perfect for hiking. After a meal of breakfast sandwiches, fruit, and cereal, we headed off to Blacktail Butte. This Butte has an altitude of 7,767 feet and rises nearly 1200 feet above the basin floor. Some fun movie history is that the Russian ...
Naturalists In Action
This morning, we woke up to much cooler temperatures, overcast skies, and windy weather. We packed our rain gear, and geared up for the day with a breakfast of pancakes, bacon, 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.
The last few days at the Teton Science School have been great, and today was no exception. Students were thrilled for the opportunity to explore a small portion of Yellowstone National Park.
This morning, we packed our breakfast and lunch to eat during our day in the park. We departed
TSS at 6:45 a.m. to head towards the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. On the way into the park, we drove by Oxbow Bend in an attempt to see ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
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!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.