This is a drive by shot out of the truck window as we left Pinedale. We experienced a lot of stormy weather during our trip with intermittent sunshine. The saying, "If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes" really applied. It was difficult to decide on what to wear as well either being too hot or too cold depending on the clouds.
We arrived in Jackson and camped at the Virginian RV Park. That night we had the BEST Italian dinner ever at a restaurant called Nani's. If you are ever in Jackson and like Italian food, it's a must do!
The next morning we drove to the Jackson Airport to pick up our friends who flew in from Birmingham, Alabama. Susan and I have known each other for over 40 years. We met in 7th grade and have stayed friends all this time. We feel very blessed that not only do our husbands get along but we now have enough money and grown children so that we can travel together. It's one of the fringe benefits of aging.
Gary and Selwyn in front of the antler arch in Jackson city center.
Yee Hah, ride 'em cowboy!
An interesting rendition of a jackrabbit.
More antlers. The elk shed them which means that not all antlers are harvested from dead animals, fortunately. There is an elk refuge outside of Jackson where the elk graze during the winter.
Because of the weather we couldn't see the peak of the Grand Teton but it was still spectacular anyway. The Grand Teton National Park is north of Jackson.
Susan is on the left and that's me on the right, BFF!
Inside our humble camper. It's funny but I have been reluctant to post pictures of myself, blog shy maybe? Anyway, this is one of the very few pictures of me I almost like.....so, howdy!
Other beautiful shots are posted for Scenic Sunday so stop by and see what's there.