This morning’s adventure took us to the Moose-Wilson Road. (Just to let you know, there really is a place called Moose, Wyoming ).
It is a 2 lane road with no lines and many aspens, pines and ponds.
We came upon this pond with many cars on the side of the road and also a ranger present. Look real close at the right side of the pond. I pulled off the road, grab my camera and away I go. (Poor Andy, I just left him there and took off running.)
What a magnificent creature (this lady was a little too close and the ranger told her to move).
WOW and more WOW - my visit here is complete! Enjoy!
Blowing bubbles in the water - first time I saw that .
The ranger said that this fellow has been here for the last couple of days. He is there to make sure that people stay at least 30 yards away from the moose.
After a long while, we continued on our way. We crossed over this river:
The rivers are really flowing this time of year.
There were also beaver homes along the way but not a good place to pull off and take pictures.
From there we went to Jackson and made a few stops - bookstores, gas, and Smiths Food Market.
Back home we relaxed a bit before we headed out to the Bar J Chuckwagon with Roy and Ann. I have to give lots of thanks to Ann for finding this. Andy and I had the Bar-B-Que Beef for $22.00 and that included the meal, tax, gratuity and show. While the meal was good, the show was OUTSTANDING!
We arrived early and walked around - they have a nice set up here, especially for families.
Here we are - Roy, Ann, Andy:
Diane, Andy, Ann:
One of the exhibits - notice the moose to the right of the waterfall - he looked real !
Horse drawn wagon rides throughout the park - we decided to do the walk instead:
The owner, Babe Humphrey, who started this over 35 years ago.
The Bar J Wranglers entertained us for the rest of the evening - Outstanding. They sang old and new songs and their harmony (without instruments) was unbelievable. If you are ever in this area, I highly recommend going here for an evening of entertainment.
Thanks Ann for finding this gem in Jackson Hole.
(And to Denis and Sandra, fellow bloggers at .... sorry we missed you )
Another wonderful day - we are so blessed.