Thank You, Jackson Hole
We went to Jackson Hole with some great friends over Labor Day weekend. It was a lot of fun and provided a much needed get-out-of-town-fix. It’s funny, I’d never been before and it’s only about a four hour drive from Bozeman. I’m happy we finally made it there. Out of the 200-some photos I took, I’ve narrowed it down to a much, more healthy 20-some.
After the tram, we went into town and did some touristy stuff, like…
After sliding, we went for a scenic drive.
On our last night in Jackson, we went out for dinner at the Rendezvous Bistro, which I HIGHLY recommend. The service was sharp and delightful. The food was excellent and well-priced. The atmosphere was cozy and mellow. Go there, do it.
On our last morning in Jackson Hole, we went for a hike. We thought it was about 6 miles, but ended up being more like 9. Big deal, what’s an 3 extra miles, right? Wrong. I almost died. We didn’t have enough water, provisions, or sunscreen. Luckily, the beauty of nature was energizing and totally made up for our lack of preparation.
We saw a bit of wildlife along the way; luckily no bears.
What did you do to celebrate Labor Day and the end of Summer?