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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a resort town in both the winter and summer. If you arrive in the shoulder season of September there will still be crowds (more older folks than families) but less daunting to find a hotel or campground than with the hoards of travelers in July and August. Downtown Jackson Hole is filled with art galleries and fancy restaurants as well as t-shirt shops and saloons. BC and I are t-shirt and saloon people so we did some shopping and drank some beer. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is famous (for what I’m not sure) so we Read More

Grand Teton National Park

From Yellowstone National Park we drove into Grand Teton National Park. Thankfully, the forest fire that was block the road between the two parks was under control and the rangers were able to reopen the road. Otherwise that would have been one heck of a detour to the Teton South entrance. Our first stop was Coulter Bay for some coffee and hiking. The Visitor’s Center at Coulter Bay advertised that they had free WIFI but it wasn’t working for us so we quickly set off on the hiking trail that started behind it that was parallel to the water for Read More