Heart Six Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... a bit further South out of the National Park we visited Jackson Hole - famous in banking circles as the location of the annual US Fed Reserve Bank (of Kansas actually) economic policy symposium. Having read the last few year's speeches as part of my (Lara) job it was a bit weird that it was actually going on whilst we visited - Janet Yellen giving the keynote speech the day before we were there. Invitees and press are ...
... we looked back at where we had hiked. Compared to the Teton mountains all around and behind Inspiration Point, our hike seemed very small. The mountains were many times higher than we had hiked, and it was then that we all realized just how huge the Teton mountains were.
We hiked the mile back to the RV after the boat ride (fortunately it was still there as the only place we could park was in a turn out along ...
... advice on what we should see.
We eventually settled on a series of things to do in a southerly direction, starting with lunch on a bench overlooking Jackson Lake with the Tetons behind it. Really stunning. The Tetons are a range of mountains formed by tectonic plate activity millions of years ago, with a central valley running the length of the mountains formed by subsequent glacier activity. Most of the glaciers have now receded so that they are no longer very large, but the ...
... it. We sat there and waited for the sun to set and what a scene. There was a sailboat sailing by, children throwing rocks in the lake, families eating dinner, and college students playing games and couples just enjoying the view. As the sun went behind the grand Tetons and the temperature dropped, we strolled back to our Winnie thanking God for His wonders on the beautiful Sabbath Day. ...
... the imagination to the snow capped mountain tops. I was blown away by the power of the majestic giants, yet felt grounded and peaceful in the beautiful Jackson Hole valley. Surrounded by wildlife. Herds of roaming elk, bison, and pronghorn grazed in the lush meadows. Songbirds filled the air with sweet music as pairs of ...