Flaming Gorge Resort
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Our original plan for today was to hike through Cascade Canyon in the Tetons, and we set off to catch the shuttle boat across Jenny Lake on time. As we left the campsite and joined the main road we realized that there was going to be a problem with our planned hike - the Tetons were completely obscured by smoke. This is the same smoke from the wildfires burning in Washington and Idaho that has been causing a haze in the sky for the past week or so of our trip, but today it was the worst ...
... by the time in his life, but rather by the life in his time.
The next day we soldiered on towards Flaming River Gorge, Wyoming. You may wonder where I come up with such destinations. Well, I will tell you. Many of these spots have been suggested by my friend Lolo. Lolo is a mom and wife who much like us spent many years doing cross country trips with her two young sons and husband. She blogged the whole time and ...
... his green, shirt with Obama giving the "hang loose" sign that Jackie and Eddy brought back from Hawaii. It was nearly dark. Maybe that is why there wasn't any incident. Rob was feisty at this stop, he yelled at kids throwing rocks at the RV, I would have thought he would have joined in!
Back to the laundry. I didn't end up doing it because I am not good at reading signs apparently, as I was told by the owner who said that the laundry would close at 9 and 8 was too ...
We planned to visit Browns Park Refuge in CO and learned from a local person from Utah who was staying in the campground / fishing for lake trout in the lake, that we could get to Brown's Park on a 50 mile dirt road from the eastern side of the Flaming Gorge in Utah. The dirt road left the Floaming Gorge road in Utah and entered Colorado. We learned that in CO , Parks are large valleys surrounded by mts and are mixed forest ...
Well, yes. It rained most of the night and dropped to 41 degrees and my tent is yet again, wet. Hopped on the bike after shooing a herd of deer out of my way and headed for Jenny Lake, Jenny Lake Lodge, and beautiful views of the Grand Tetons,,,,,but, the low clouds never lifted, so I saw very little of the peaks. Passed a herd of elk outside Jackson Hole. Low, dark clouds ahead, temp dropping into the 50's, time to add another ...