Heart Six Guest Ranch
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... into the woods. Obviously another grizzly was close by. We walked up a trail about 200 yards down the road where we saw bighorn sheep on the edge if a canyon. When we returned from the car whatever was being shot at was causing a commotion. The rangers got on the loudspeakers, "Everyone get in your cars immediately!" Sounded like good advice so we drove on over snowy Mount Washburn, past another coyote, to a picnic spot in the lower ...
... still gets lots of snow during the winter months and, being at 3000 metres, some of the snow remains right through the summer months. The tallest of the mountains is known as Grand Teton, and has quite a sharp ridge. Kind of like a mohawk look. It also has some of the last bit of surviving glacier dropping from it's flanks.
After lunch we cruised along the shores of Jenny Lake, then as far south as Taggart Lake where we headed off for a walk to some lookouts. Mandy and I ...
... is a very serious work of art. Of course the boys liked it because they could act out being trampled to death by the buffalo!
From the museum it wasn’t too long of a drive to our KOA campsite in South Jackson. After a quick and easy dinner of hotdogs and baked beans, we headed back to downtown Jackson to explore. We saw the famous “Elk Antler Arches” pictured below and learned about their history and connection to ...
... had been in the car all day and there was only one other car in the parking lot, so I "accidentally" missed the no dogs sign. Besides, the other sign recommended traveling in groups of three because of grizzly bears in the area. She was our third. After the natural bridge I suggested we go check out Old Faithful. I mean, why not it was only another 22 miles or so... It was starting to snow harder and it was getting dark, but we were determined to see what I ...