Lost Creek Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... we enjoyed a slideshow of the many activities of the week, as well as a special cake in celebration of Road Scholar's 40th anniversary. Everyone was sharing email addresses, wishing a fond farewell to our new friends and thanking the wonderful staff at the TSS. The first ever Great Winter Outdoor Get-Together in the Tetons and Jackson Hole was a rousing ...
We arrived at Yellowstone early in the morning to luckily encounter one of the parks most celebrated and hard to spot residents- a big grizzly! This instantly made us excited for what else we might see in this wildlife rich national park but the wildlife wasn't the only reason we had visited. The fact that Yellowstone sits on one of the worlds largest super volcanoes means that the affect on the landscape makes for amazing visiting also as the park is home to ...
... so I made the short drive (after driving 5-9 hours each day, an hour or so here and there feels like nothing). Parking was somewhat of an ordeal, which made me quickly realize that these trails would probably be very populated, but once I found a spot, I geared up and hit the trail.
Jenny Lake is a gorgeous glacial lake near the base of Grand Teton, just over 7 miles in circumference and of pristine water quality (since 2005, all ...
... the trail, we were exhausted! The rest of the day was spent reading & relaxing at the campsite. This campground is much better than the one at Yellowstone (yay!). Nice, shaded, secluded sites with level tent pads. Yes, the air mattress lost air overnight, but we didn't slide off or end up in a pile in the middle! Originally the plan was to stay here again tomorrow and do some more hiking, but we've decided that ...
... We learned our proper footwear lesson, which served us well when 3,000 feet higher, we found ourselves trudging through snow to reach the lakes. We reached the first lake and stopped to eat lunch on a large rock just a hop, skip, and a jump in from the water's edge. I decided to take a dip in ice melt water, which proved to be shocking yet refreshing. After lunch, we took off on a search for ...