Red Rock Ranch
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... don't really do it justice. Still no bears! But looking upwards we spot a large rapter could it be an Eagle - Karen consults the book- yes it was another favourite to tick off.
Time for lunch and we stop at the Jackson Lake Historic lodge. Wow what huge windows and fantastic view of the lake and Tetons beyond. The diner here dates from the 50's and is the oldest continuous counter top diner in the US. It had many old ...
... up to inspiration point, it was quite a climb to get up to, worth it though for the amazing views over the lake. We then walked down and decided to get the boat back to give us a chance to relax before all the others got back. On the way we got very close to an elk that was busy eating in the vegetation just off the path, it had its head down, but then Elizabeth accidentally dropped her water bottle and it lifted its head meaning ...
... decided to take a dip in the the Kelly Warm Springs in the Grand Teton park. They are called warm springs but were not what we would consider warm. These springs lie along a fault line on the east side of Jackson Hole. The water enters the
aquifer higher up in the mountains and ends up flowing down the strata until it gets deep below the valley floor. Once the water is below, it ...
... to see six of the wolves moving through the area. First it was the alpha female bringing some meat back to the den area. We watched her move through the grass and then cross the road safely before heading up the hill.
We were standing close to some of the Wolf Project people and could hear the others reporting from a different location with a slightly different view of what we were seeing. ...
... the local Starbucks to catch up. The town sidewalks are boardwalks, just like in the Old West. The town square is filled with people taking photos or just enjoying the shade. The 4th archway that was bare yesterday is almost filled with antlers. Elk shed their antlers, so these arches represent the elk who live (or lived) in the area. Jackson is home to the National Elk Refuge. Elk migrate here during the winters, stick around for early spring, then head ...