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... the best burger ever from Liberty burger with mushrooms and an onion ring. Superb after camp food for so long. Next we went to the cinema, it had been a long time since me and Laura had been and as you know we love films. We watched "Lets be cops" and it was a great comedy that lightened the mood of the few of us who were there. We met up with the rest of the group at Million Dollar Cowboy bar ...
... tribes used to roam, tribes such as Shoshoni, Crow, Blackfeet, Bannock and Gros Ventre populated this area (thank you Wikipedia!).
Driving into Grand Teton National Park we just soaked up the scenery.
It was exactly as we imagined it to be, everything was a lush shade of green with huge trees and snow capped mountains in the background - truly beautiful. We drove through the park and managed to get a couple of nights at the Coulter Bay Campground within ...
... and the familiar landscape of red rocks and canyons gave way to more mountainous terrain.
We drove to SLC and briefly stopped at the REI in Sandy so that D could buy new hiking boots. D also made a request to stop at Chick-Fil-a, which so far has been our only fast-food meal on the trip. After navigating through nasty mid-day traffic ...
... spotted some people pulled over to the right of the road but there weren't any bison in the view ahead of them. Curious, we pulled in beside the other parked cars and joined the gathered crowd who were peering through telescopes at something through a gap in the trees. We were told that the sight that had attracted so much attention was a grissly bear eating its' dinner which, happened to be a buffalo. Yes, that's right. A buffalo. Without the telescope, one could only perceive ...
... and formed Taggert Lake. Bradley Lake (elevation 7,022 feet) is fed by a stream from Garnet Canyon, which originates from a glacier next to Middle Teton approximately 5,000 feet above. Unfortunately, the trails were covered in snow, so students were only able to hike to Taggert Lake, but some groups were able to view Bradley from above.
Today, students learned that the Teton Mountains are the youngest range in the country. ...