Thanks Backroads

Our last day of the trip and we leisurely meandered down the Snake River, floating on large inflatable rubber dinghies. A just reward after our previous days of hiking. It was a great group of like minded active adventurers ably led by Eilee, Mikey and Molly. Alas it seems I was the only one NOT to see any wildlife – neither on two legs or four, other than chipmunks of which there were hundreds.

Champagne on the last day at breakfast. Totally out of character for me

Teton National Park

A delightful 20km hike climbing about 1000 blister inducing metres, give or take a few hundred. We took a fast boat across a lake to our starting point then along Cascade canyon with an obviously cascading river and with the snow covered Teton mountain range on either side.

That’s snow on and beside the trail

The mandatory panorama