We left Friday night and drove part-way to Jackson, WY, before stopping for the night. While the drive was pretty uneventful, we did drive through a mini rockslide and some nice rain.
The next morning, we finished driving to the KOA outside of Jackson, WY. We really like the kamping kabins, and the close location of the campground to the park. So, after checking in, we decided to go on a hike. That plan was soon cut short by a quick moving thunderstorm.
So after an adventurous mini-hike the day before, complete with hail, thunder, and a good dinner at a local BBQ place, we decided to get up early and try the hike again. This time was a little more successful, even if it was very foggy. And by very foggy, we mean that we couldn’t see the mountains. At all. For at least the first part of the hike. We did get a lot of great pictures with the fog, though, and the fog cleared up just enough to get some good pictures of the lake and the mountains. We also saw a little ground bird and her babies (though we’re not sure what the bird was).
After that, we drove through the Tetons up to Yellowstone. Check out the galleries below: