Monday, May 26, 2008

Wyoming Day Two

We are staying with my Mom's incredibly gracious, high school best friend, Kathy. Her house is amazing, and so comfortable. Here is her living room.

DH taught Max how to play *Chopsticks* on her piano.

This is the bedroom we are staying in,

and the hot tub on the deck. The Bozos favorite part of Wyoming so far.

We decided to take a drive out to Kelly, WY, and check out the Gros Ventre river dam area. That is where my brother is getting, we wanted to go take a look.

First, we decided to stop by my brother's deli for breakfast. He makes a mean breakfast burrito.
Here it is...the Creekside Market & Deli.

On the drive out to Gros Ventre, I commented in the car that I really hoped we would see some moose on our trip. About 5 minutes later we came up on a swarm of cars on the side of the road, and 2 moose!

I think they were pretty young.
Kathy saw the pictures, and commented that they were looking pretty mangy after the 610 inches of snow that Jackson received this winter. Poor guys.

The Bozos got pretty close. This is normally a very bad idea. But, the moose were so close to the road, and had about 20 cars & a ton of people photographing them, at about the same distance. So, I wasn't too worried. They really didn't seem to be bothered.

We also saw some Bison on the drive. They wouldn't take a break from eating long enough to get a good shot.

The rest of the photos are some awesome shots we got out in Gros Ventre. This one is my new screen saver. It's truly unreal out here.

Max climbing...

Later on we had my future SIL's family over for dinner. We all met for the first time. Her family is wonderful.
I cooked.
The food was good. I'll have to post what I made at home.

Today, we went up to Teton National Park, and Yellowstone.
More about that later......

*Note: Make sure you click on the photos to see the full size version. It's spectacular here, and these little thumbnails just don't do justice!


mamalizza said...

wow!so beautiful!

mamalizza said...

you near sheridan, wyoming?

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