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Aug 16, 2014 - Teton Village WY & Yellowstone

With a late start we went to Teton Village. Area was smaller than we thought. Ate picnic lunch outside the General store then took tram to top of mountain - 10,350 feet. B-r-r-r-r! Had met a group fm MS and they were topside too. We enjoyed laughs and pictures then exchanged info with them. Narramore was the name of the most colorful gal with the biggest southern accent. Good Christian people. One couple - Johnny & Diane - had both lost their mates & had dated about a year. We enjoyed talking & sharing with them. While there Anna Marie...

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Westward Ho

Sep 17, 2013 - Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Grand Teton National Park is south of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. It is known for its distinctive sharp peaked snow-capped mountains reflecting in Lake Jackson below. Photos 1-3 The two main places to stay while visiting the park is Teton Village, a high-end ski resort with all year around facilities, and Jackson Hole, a historic western town. A cowboy scene on our way to Teton Village Photo 4 TETON VILLAGE Photos 5-13 Accommodations including a Four Seasons Resort Hotel Photos 14-19 The best thing to do in Teton Village is to...

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Western U.S. 2013

Jul 25, 2009 - Gardiner, Mont., to Flagg Ranch, Wyo.

Today was another great day at Yellowstone. We slept well with the white noise of the Yellowstone River at our campsite near the north exit of the park. Tonight we are at the opposite end, at the south exit. The campground is dirtier and more crowded. I’m looking forward to real beds for the remaining week of our trip, and more reliable network access for cells and Internet. We got a lot of exercise today, without going on any real hikes. There were miles of walking on boardwalks and stairs to get different views of geysers, hot springs,...

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Jun 12, 2009 - drive to Tetons

When I was still working, I saw about twenty to thirty students a day. After writing all those passes with the date at the top, the current date was embedded in my mind. And the two days a week when I wasn’t writing those passes were obviously the weekend. Now that we are retired, every day is pretty much the same. When my mother was in the hospital being tested for Alzheimer’s, a common question that many health personnel who stopped by would ask was, “What day of the week is it? What is today’s date?” Seems like an easy question that...

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Jul 27, 2008 - Teton Village, WY

On Saturday July 26th we went to Teton Village and took a gondola ride up to the top of Rendevous Peak (a little over 10,000 feet). The ride was great but it took a long time to reach the peak. We had lunch in the only resturant up there (the only thing up there) and sat outside looking out at the view and watching out for bears. (We have received grizzly bear warnings everywhere we go, but we have yet to see one). That evening we went to a musical revue of the show "Oklahoma" at the Pink Garter Theatre in Historic Jackson Hole. The...

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Jun 13, 2008 - Jackson, WY -Teton Village, Hoback Canyon & Jackson

Friday, June 13th and the skies sparkled bright, clear and sunny; temps are expected in the low 60’s. Joe took Foxy for her morning walk and she came face-to-face with a deer. Neither one of them knew what to do so they just stared each other down for a while until Joe convinced Foxy to move on. After breakfast, we went into Jackson to explore. The streets of the historic town square are lined with boutiques, art galleries, bars, restaurants, western stores, and outdoor outfitters. You can buy anything here from the ridiculous to the...

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