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... it! It was epic! The language was salty and loud! We were all screaming at this particularly imbecilic individual trying to pull out and further secure our fate in causing a hellacious log jam! Friendly other visitors joined in the screaming and traffic direction! Laughing ensued quickly after becoming free from the mess we were stuck in and off to look at more beauty.
Ryan: he is the only one to not really contribute as of yet. Stay tune for his, sure to be great contribution.
... hiking, hunting, etc…all seasons
of outdoor adventure; now it’s that and shopping and loads of tourists from
around the world. All and all, a fine stop.. but time to leave, more snow on
10/2 Wednesday morning, clear with rain and snow to arrive this afternoon through Friday.
We will head southwest today.
... to speed on open roads with no one around you. Well it was 65-70 the whole last 4 hours to Grand Teton.
Ok so as you approach the western part of the state the mountains start coming into view and when you first glimpse the Grand Tetons - WOW - what a sight: Magnificent! Awesome! Big and impressive! Too bad the sky is overcast as it is somewhat hard to make out a lot of details. Hopefully tomorrow will be much clearer. On to the trails and scenic ...
... would take us around toward the larger island on the main body of the lake, Robert calls out, "look there is a bear!" Once again, there is that lag time finding exactly where he is talking about. It had come out of the woods on the opposite side of where we had gotten out to check out Heron pond. Didn't stop its forward motion and jumped right in the water and started swimming across the lake! It was about 75 yards in front of us. ...
Salt Lake City to Driggs – distance travelled: 287 miles
This road trip has been as much one to stimulate our visual senses, as we pass through all of natures' beauty, as it has been touching our raw emotions, as we spend precious time with long time unacquainted family and friends. The few days we spent in Idaho and Wyoming were a complete testament to this. We had been reflecting on the last few weeks and the time spent ...