Grand Teton National Park

Leaving Nebraska on Monday, we stopped in Dubois, Wyoming at the KOA for two nights. It was a nice park. You can read more about it here. We had a spot on the Wind River where I spread some of my brother’s ashes. 

The first night we walked into town and had dinner at Cowboy’s Cafe. That consisted of homemade buffalo sausage, spicy elk, grilled onions and fries. We actually started with “moose bites”, little fried white cheddar thingies. Yum! Then we went back to the campground to hang out and have a fire.

The next day is where it got really neat! We had some breakfast in town at The Cobbler then headed into the Grand Tetons. It was $50 for a combo pass to both Tetons and Yellowstone. The views in this place are absolutely stunning, breathtaking, spectacular. We pulled over wherever we could to get pictures. Absolutely amazing. I’ll let the photos do most of the talking…

Jenny Lake

5 thoughts on “Grand Teton National Park

  1. Beautiful views.

    Wife will be 62 by the time we go fulltime so are planning on getting the $10 lifetime national park pass, I’ll be her guest.

    How was the mountain driving with your rig? I’m dreading it but like anything else assume it will get easier the more we do it.

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    • That would save a ton of cash! To be honest, I hate mountain driving, even with just the truck and no camper. I cried a lot! Allen was fine though. We are still alive with no scratches or dents!


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