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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... did, and we took a shuttle boat across Jenny Lake to cheat on the hike to Inspiration point (cut 2 miles and a few hundred feet of elevation). We discovered that Cameron loves hiking on rough trails (he gets bored on pavements and board walks) and he hiked the whole way there and back (about 3 miles and quite steep in parts). Although he was freaked out when the chipmunks tried to muscle in on our cookie eating at the viewpoint. ...
... complained to the management and scored a free breakfast for all of us. We have instructed the boys to eat as much as possible during breakfast.
After the Tetons, we’ll go south through Wyoming into Utah to Salt Lake City. From there, we’ll head west through Nevada into California. We expect to be home on Friday night, but maybe Saturday if we decide to stay a day extra somewhere. ...
... a Good Sam 10/10/10 park, and it shows! Cindy and I are definitely planning on making this a regular stop when headed north towards Wyoming and Montana. After a good night's sleep, we drove the rest of the way to Dad's place near Thayne, WY. We spent three great days visiting with him and Susan before meeting up with Christopher and Stephanie and pushing three hours further north to Yellowstone. The pull was ...
... judging by the people who are just everywhere, it's well and truly kicked off before we got here.
We finally found an unpowered site in one of the Colter Bay campgrounds, which is really ok as most systems in the RV run off battery. You just can't do it long term, as you need to recharge, but the problem is that Brendan can't recall if we have power or not tomorrow night either. After we had claimed the site, and put out our washing to dry, we headed off to the visitor's centre ...
... only just opened Friday. She then went on to describe in too much detail the two rangers that were attacked last year despite using their bear spay...ok, well, we will be staying close together since bears rarely attack groups of 3 or 4 when we go hiking. The kids had a lot of fun setting up the new hammock and taking turns playing in it and then ...