|Our Mantis Mascot|
After 1500 miles of heading due west, we finally turned north toward the Grand Tetons. Another long high desert valley was traversed, and we stopped at Landers Cut-Off where remnants of the Oregon Trail are still visible. On a warm and windy rise, the soft sand of the old trail sifted into my shoes. Nearby were the bleached bones of a former antelope.
As we pressed further north, the terrain changed dramatically. We plunged into heaving foothills and followed the verdant path of the Hobart River.
Mid-afternoon we set up camp at Jackson Hole Campground on the Teton Village road and celebrated with some frosty local beer.
This campground caters to large motor coaches, and hoo boy there’s some big-uns here this week. We are the peewee of the group.
|Giant Fifth Wheel with Porch|
|Prevost Bus with Custom Trailer|
There’s also ultra modern cabins for rent here, and our friends Paul, Jane and Frank have joined us for the long Labor Day weekend.
Hi Sofi! Her name is Miss Mantis.
Sofia likes your mantis mascot. Does he have a name?
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