Triangle X Ranch
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... person asks you to move so they can take a picture on their iPad- why do people use an iPad to take a picture?! Therefore to get away and see some wildlife you have to drive to the more remote areas of the park and it's here we saw elk, herds of bison, lots of varieties of deer and other smaller mammals (and no iPads). Having stayed at Yellowstone for two days we set off for the less touristy neighbouring national park of Grand Teton. With not a single ...
This morning we left Yellowstone and headed south to Grand Teton National Park. The road between the parks is a Memorial Parkway, so that technically counts as another NPS site for us! After setting up camp, we drove into Jackson for some supplies and were finally able to get some cell service! It's really kind of frightening how difficult it is to be without cell service or wifi for several days! It's not just Facebook & e-mails that we miss: it's ...
... Being some of the only true adventurers we had the lake to ourselves for exploring before turning our sights downhill. On our assumedly easy trek down we got a few drops of rain, a bit of hail, and yet made it down a bit foot sore but thoroughly pleased with ourselves. Wanting to move a bit closer to Yellowstone for the mornings activities we drove north out of the Tetons. We had read about a ...
The camp site up the mountain from Curtis Creek in the Teton National Forest was so beautiful and private, we hated to leave. We carefully drove the van down the mountain and back into Jackson where Stewart wanted to check the auxiliary battery in the van used to power the camper part of the van(frig.,lights, and heater blower) as the power seemed to be waning from a few nights off the grid ...
... he grew up in the Park. His dad was a manager of one of the lodges. He knew the answers to all of our questions. We saw deer and many, many bald eagles. No bear….I guess I just have to give up on that wish.
We got back to the Jackson Lake Lodge around 5 pm and we had to wait for the shuttle, so we had dinner in the Lodge. I would highly recommend that if you do nothing else while in the ...