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... all the kids were looking SUPER hard. Finally Edie found the first one. But Tommy had a meltdown about that so... even though Ben found the 2nd 1st one Tommy got it... that did not go over well :| So then we finally made it to the linch spot. There were DELICIOUS sandwiches they had great bread and turkey and cheese. Then there were GIANT cookies :))))) Overall it was a great rafting trip :) When we got back we played a little. Then Edie, Dad and Mom went ...
... the Tetons, while gleaming wood frames the inside displays and windows. Large gray tiles complete the homey feeling.
While in the visitor center we learn about the early pioneers, the animals of the area, the Native Americans, and the making of a national monument. John D. Rockefeller deserves a lion’s share of credit for his foresight and concern for the area. During a tour of Yellowstone and the Teton area, Rockefeller was alarmed by ...
... we explored the geological make up of Grand Teton National Park. We also discussed the three different types of rock: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. Students used this information today in the field, as well as in their discussions of how the Teton Mountain Range was formed. Additionally, students explored the role of glaciers, and learned that the Teton Mountains are the youngest range in the country. They are ...
... see more snow capped peaks and you know you’re getting into the mountains. The town of Pinedale’s welcome banner said, "All the civilization you need". We are climbing and seeing more snow in the mountains...7854 feet. We found the perfect spot to stop along the side of the road and have a picnic lunch, just outside of Jackson. Beautiful weather, amazing views. We also took advantage of the spot to reorganize our ...
The campsite had flooded....not the entire campsite...just OURS!! That's not entirely true, but that's what it looked and felt like! There was a giant lake on our site....actually not a lake, it was a flowing river! Our pop up tent was full of water on one side, Charlotte had settled a little lower in the mud and our shoes were GONE!! Andrew and I each have a plastic box with a lid that we store under the camper. We store ...