Jackson Hole & Other Places

First impressions — the city center plaza of Jackson Hole reminded me of Santa Fe. Western art galleries, shops ’til you drop, and restaurants line the square and trail along the side streets. Tourists love the place. In winter elk do, too. They live outside of town on the vast National Elk Refuge. To get started we drove straight to the visitor’s center for information and maps. Our list of places to see — National Museum of Wildlife Art, Grand Teton National Park, the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve, Teton Village tram ride, and the byways that took us away from the main road.

Snowmelt cut our Snake River float trip time in half. The water raced along carrying logs, branches, and debris. Eagles, herons, pelicans, and beavers didn’t seem to notice the high water and flooded riverbanks. On our fifth and final day we returned to an old favorite, Yellowstone and the Hayden Valley.

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5 thoughts on “Jackson Hole & Other Places

  1. Little Miss Traveller August 17, 2017 / 12:40 am

    We stayed here for a couple of nights about 20 years ago and your post brought back some fond memories.


  2. susanenholm32 August 12, 2017 / 1:40 pm

    Popular place for sure. And, so close to Yellowstone.


  3. smilecalm August 12, 2017 / 9:47 am

    looks like a beautiful holiday!
    i’ve a distant memory of visiting there 🙂


  4. susanenholm32 July 5, 2017 / 4:18 pm

    Thanks, Josh. I appreciate your comment.


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