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TravelPod Member ReviewsTeton Gables Wilson
Pleasant and clean and conveniently located -- petrol station nearby, restaurant right on site if you don't want to go into Jackson. Despite location at main intersection, it wasn't noisy. Pleasant staff. Much cheaper than anything in the centre of Jackson.
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8 Sept -- really need to check Anna's notes as I'm typing this a week later. Had glorious day in Grand Tetons.
In the morning we drove along Jackson Lake -- huge but the water level very low, from a long dry summer. We drove close to the lake at Colter Bay -- the boat launch ramp was about 100 yds from the nearest water. We got some …
... a choice to go back with Josh or to follow the lakeside path for 2 miles back to the starting point. Thinking more people would have been up for the 2 mile hike around the lake we confidently set off.
It wasn’t until we turned a bend that we realised no one was following us and we were 100% alone. Bear spray or no bear spray, there is ...
... Through our driving yesterday and today, we were pretty much able to see almost all of the driving areas of Yellowstone (and Grand Teton), which I think is pretty impressive considering we only had a day and a half in the park!
We then drove about 2.5 hours to Billings, Montana, where we spent the night. We will now be moving east-bound for the rest of the trip!
Thanks for reading,
Paige and Karin
... went straight to the visitors center to get a map and find out where all the animals were. :) The campground is in bear county so we had to be very careful on what we left outside. It's also right next to Jackson Lake. We were in walking distance of the Marina and "beach" which was made up of a bunch of rocks. We went to a couple close areas that we were told would have animals and we saw nothing!! No buffalo or ...
... bear safety. To us, it seemed so foreign to worry about seeing a bear – so out of our norm. I remarked to Ava that evening, “you know the Ransoms are out of our box when we are excited about the great camp site we are assigned and I tell you not to throw a carrot to a squirrel near our site because it might attract bears”. This was a whole new experience for us.
After dinner, the girls and I attended ...