We spent today in search of new adventures in Grand Teton National Park. At the suggestion of a park ranger we hiked near String Lake where the mountains seem to come up out of the water. We explored a little in the Laurence S. Rockefeller Preserve to learn more about the area and more about the family that was so instrumental in bringing about this and other national parks that we love. We left via Moose Wilson Road and drove through the Teton Pass and headed for Arco, Idaho where we camped at the KOA in view of their treasured “Numbers Mountain” where high school seniors have painted their graduation years since 1920. Had a fun little “party” with the campground host and another guest.




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When Plans Go Awry

When Plans Go Awry

A string of unexpected problems complicated our transition from Southampton to Haarlem but calm problem solving and a sense of adventure led to unpredicted delights and a story for the ages.