Travel Blogs from Jackson
... how they are at the end of their year.
WY's geography is quite varied. As we left Devils Tower the terrain changed from small hills with lots of trees to high plains desert. We passed lots of cattle, some sheep and lots of oil wells in the plains. Along that stretch of road we met a very friendly and helpful tour guide. He gave us tips on where to get gas on the way, what kinds of animals we should be able to see and hear in the park and about how ...
... and dreamin’
Watching the river roll by
Here comes that big ole prairie moon risin’
Today we went to fire hole lake. I don't know why they call it fire hole because it wasn't a hole I don't think and it didn't feel like fire.The water was supposed to be perfect temperature. When I got in I thought it was freezing but after I swam around it got warmer and it reached the perfect temperature( about 80 degrees I'd say). There was a strong current near the end of the lake. Emma and I swam with all our might to one side ...
... The setting is idyllic- calm waters, backed by mountains and blue skies. The paddleboarding is relatively easy and we all manage to get standing up. Ethan in particular seems to love it and spends extra sessions messing about with Andy, long after Owen and I have retreated to the shore to read. It is a truly lovely day - the kind of perfect family day you dream ...
... where the "steamed" came in. I built the burrito in chunks (using a torn-off piece of the tortilla at a time). It was really good. We also got a square of Irish Creme coffee cake and a bran muffin, both of which we saved for later.
We returned to the car, taking a few more pictures along the way and then headed out of Jackson towards Missoula, MT -- a long day's drive ahead...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility