Gros Ventre River Ranch
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The day after our Yellowstone trip, We were out early bright and early Saturday morning heading for Schwabacher's Landing, an oxbow area on the Snake River, famous for photographing reflections of the grand mountains. Fortunately for us, we got there just as a large and noisy group of Korean tourists was being rounded up and packed into their vans to leave.
The mountains still had lots of snow from the storms earlier in the week, ...
... homes in Vince, turned the engine off and sat still.
It didn’t take long for a little inquisitive head to pop out and ‘snap’ we caught him on camera! Holly told us they were Chislers, sort of like underground squirrels but fatter!
Our last morning was spent having a lazy breakfast, packing up the car and saying goodbye to our wonderful hosts and of course Copper ...
Robert decided he really wanted to go paddling because that was one of the reasons we had come to the Greater Yellowstone area. He was able to paddle by himself while I sat in the front and gave him directions! Ha!
We were still inflating the kayak when we got to see another fox heading out into the woods! We had started early enough there were not many other people out except for a ...
... back to the kennels. It was amazing!! Our team of dogs was part of the squad for the musher, Al, who ran his own sled just ahead of us. Our lead dogs, Luna and Aurora, were being baited by the team in front of us and they so wanted to pass them! While the front team had eight dogs and Nancy and I only had five dogs, they were so eager to run that I needed to sit on the brake for most of the return trip. It was hard work! But so exhilarating! Other than my day spent ziplining in ...
After leaving Yellowstone, which was wonderful - minus the road closures that make your trip around the park 2 additional hours of driving, we moved down the road to Grand Teton National Park. We decided to camp at Flagg Ranch which is the northern most campsite of Teton N.P. We chose our campsite very carefully since we needed to have an electric hook-up to charge Charlotte, but also this site had a water spicket AND was close to the newly renovated bathrooms - it's ...