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... the Pine Bark Beetle which kills pines and is an ongoing problem. Onto Bear Lake which is 20 x 8 miles (used to be 50 x 20) is fresh water and has fish in it. It is 5900ft above sea level. Bear River now bypasses instead of entering due to the lake diminishing in size so much. Entered in the State of Idaho) followed the lake, lovely tidy homes and agriculture in what used to be the lake floor between the mountain ranges. Star Garnet mined here ...
... we arrived at Grand Teton National Park. The smell of pine became intoxicating, the sudden view of snow capped mountains shocking, and Alex says "I just want to see on buffalo this trip. Just one, that’s all I ask." Maybe five minutes later I pointed through the windshield – LOOK! There was a whole HERD by the side of the road!! The Park is a large flat valley ringed by the massive sharp peaked mountains jutting up into the sky and into the clouds. The ...
... in Jackson early this evening, stopped at the grocery, and drove just north of town to camp at Shadow Mountain. Our tent sits on a spectacular ridge overlooking the valley and the Grand Tetons! We cooked a quick dinner and decided to get in the tent early when we realized we forgot protection against the swarm of unexpected mosquitos. Tomorrow we will get up early to explore the ...
... They had $2 slices for Happy Hour – not too shabby. We also sat on the balcony right by one of the Antler arches.
We then went to the Jackson Hole Rodeo… rodeo #2! The cutest part was when some little kids who were 4 and 5 years old got to ride the little tiny bulls. The little cowboys were so tiny and the bull barely moved. Another time, they opened the gate for a bucking bronco and the horse and ...
... riding, bareback horses, lassoing team events, barrel races, an announcer who just kept everything going with banter and info. The youngest competitor was 4 years old on a full size horse at full speed. The little cowboys rode small bucking bulls and the big cowboys rode very big angry bucking bulls. Also a young kids event called the mutton busters where they rode sheep - the winner was a 4 year old girl. She rode it backwards as it bolted away ...