Teton Springs Lodge And Spa
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... the big stone fireplace. Another geyser area with lots of mud pots and thermal activity - Fountain Paint Pot - impressive. Then to Canyon Village for lunch - lots of shops there and big Visitors' Centre. Just down the road to Artist Point from where we could see the dramatic Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River. Then on to the upper falls. Saw lots of Bison in the Hayden Valley area. The next stop was Mud ...
... Most of it was flat with views of potato fields and the Grand Teton mountains as a backdrop. We arrived at the campsite, hooked up and went to dinner in town. We found a brewery and pizza shop. We had some fresh brewed drinks while the kids played pool. The pizza was actually pretty good. Next we went to the Spud Drive-in. The place was such a ...
... were closing the entrance
roads. We headed on into Jackson Hole for a few days or R&R and laundry.
It’s been 20+ years since we have been in Jackson Hole. It’s 3 times the size with
lots of very posh shopping. The town square with antler entrances is all we
recognized from what we knew. Then
visitors were there for the swift ...
... of you that she has caused heartaches or headaches to, Nevada's got your back! Other than that we aren't sure why anyone would move to Nevada, everything looks the same; some random trailers and gas stations that time has not touched.
South Idaho is a bigger cow town than Cwood, Snake River however was very impressive and beautiful we were not ...
Today we went to fire hole lake. I don't know why they call it fire hole because it wasn't a hole I don't think and it didn't feel like fire.The water was supposed to be perfect temperature. When I got in I thought it was freezing but after I swam around it got warmer and it reached the perfect temperature( about 80 degrees I'd say). There was a strong current near the end of the lake. Emma and I swam with all our might to one side ...