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... we watched inside to keep out of the way and sign paperwork. Baskets, bags, heaters and fans were rolled out of the trailers by a somewhat rag tag team of eight helpers. Once the pieces were lined up, we got out for a closer look and pictures. Victor with his broad shoulders was immediately put to work holding the bottom of the balloon open to let the air fill the inside. The whole process took about thirty minutes to assemble, fill and have the balloon basket upright ...
... s has 40 positions open right now. They’ll get the J1—European interns to work because it’s tough to get U.S. workers. Minimum wage in WY is 7.25/hr. Houses and rents are so expensive that anyone who would like to live in the area would have a hard time finding affordable housing. Eric is lucky. He has an affordable apartment for $500 per month. Looking through rental and housing brochures we see some rents as high as $2500 per month. On ...
Overall, today was truly amazing. The dogs LOVE driving through the park with their heads outside the windows. Yep, we are THOSE people. Tomorrow we will spend another day driving around Grand Teton and also go explore Jackson Hole…second home for Harrison Ford, Sandra Bullock, and Dick Cheney. Luckily we only care about identifying new birds, finding a good cup of coffee (or glass of wine), and admiring the magnificent ...
Today was an early start as we were going to try and catch the sunrise at the geysers which we saw in the pouring rain yesterday so we had to leave at 6:30. We didn't get to see the sunrise as it was too cloudy but it did make some pretty patterns in the sky and we got to see the geysers a bit better. We returned to camp at 7:20am to pick up the others then we were off to Jackson. We had a few photo opportunity stops but apart from that it was pretty plain sailing. We even ...
My first stop of the day was a rest stop highlighting the history of atomic energy in Idaho. Fascinating, and I probably should have gone to the museum/info centre at Atomic City to find out more ... but I didn't. As someone noted in the comments, the town I stayed in last night was the first in the world to be powered by atomic energy.
Just as an aside, you'll notice my photos are all scenery. I like history well enough and some museums ...