Red Rock Ranch

P.O. Box 38, Jackson, Wyoming, United States | Ranch
 

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Day 15: Thunderstorm!

A travel blog entry by not.far.now

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Day 15

We all got up early for sunrise at Moulton's Barn… it’s a oft photographed old barn with the picturesque Teton’s looming above. Again like the day before, it was a bit hazy… but still quite nice. We actually stopped and took photos at two of the barns along "Mormon Row" before moving on. Our next adventure would be to find that stop which we failed to ...

We're going to Jackson

A travel blog entry by davenjulia

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... then down to Utah. Scenery changes from huge grazing areas,rural USA townships, some nearly deserted by the look, but those who had residents all had flags flying, once again into Mountains and parks, national forest, and I think I saw another bear (marking it down as one any way). On arrival at the Shilo inn in Salt Lake City, settle in and then a walk was required to the Mormon Tabernacle and Temple. This is the world Mecca for all Mormons and is ...

Jackson, WY and Idaho

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost

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... boots with feathers on them). This was also the least friendly place I’ve visited on the trip so far. I’m glad I’m not rich.

From there it was a nice drive into Idaho towards Rexburg, which is where I’m crashing for the weekend. The highlight of the drive for me was seeing the Grand Tetons from the back! They are so large they loom over all the other mountains in the area (and Idaho has it’s ...

Cowboys, Indians and Rodeo Royalty

A travel blog entry by dmoar

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... with Katie our driver and John and Jake the horses. John was a bit lazy so Katie would have to give him a bit of a tickle to make him work harder. About half way through our ride we were told by a guy on a horse (who we later learnt was Buckskin) that there were indians ahead. After a 40 min wagon ride through Cache Canyon the Indians attacked. Dan had his arm out and one of them tried to swipe his watch. Another fancied ...

The exciting afternoon with the lake.

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn

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Today we went to fire hole lake. I don't know why they call it fire hole because it wasn't a hole I don't think and it didn't feel like fire.The water was supposed to be perfect temperature. When I got in I thought it was freezing but after I swam around it got warmer and it reached the perfect temperature( about 80 degrees I'd say). There was a strong current near the end of the lake. Emma and I swam with all our might to one side ...

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This ranch, located on P.O. Box 38, Jackson, is near Slide Lake.
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