Grand Teton National Park
All I Need is the Air that I Breath
Snake Rive - Float Trip
Flora and Fauna
We had a hot coffee for breakfast by our fireplace in the log cabin – no food needed after last night’s dinner. The float trip in the cool morning air was peaceful and relaxing and yielded pronghorn, a mountain bluebird and a bald eagle that refused to fly for us.
After a “light lunch” (?!) we joined a trail with Ranger Jamie up to Taggart Lake. It was a lovely Fall stroll.
The conversation in the group along the trail touched on some deep subjects – sustainability, resource management and how to find your niche – i.e. The place where you will best thrive as a human being – not just exist or get by – truly thrive. That’s a tough one – Tim was first to share his view with the group.
Tips for Future Travellers
The rest of the group stayed down by the lake for a bit – we walked back to the top with Jamie. She gave us a couple of Jackson restaurant recommendations that, sadly we just won’t have enough to time to take her up one now. If you go to Jackson yourself though, you might like to know that the locals recommend The Blue Lion and Nanis.
Doornans in Moose is another favourite hangout for locals – we called in briefly, but didn’t have time to stop – it looked great though!