Last day in Jackson Hole

We went to Persephone’s Bakery for breakfast. After eating we walked down the street and did a little shopping. Albert had to have his picture taken in front of this bear and this bison.

We drove out to Slide Lake. It was a remote area where a landslide in 1925 dammed the Green River. Interesting, but not much to see.

We decided to drive south of Jackson to see what was there. I took a scenic route past the Mormon barns again. Susan wanted to see the barns down a road that had a road closed baracade. She moved the barricade and I drove down the road so she could take a picture of the barn.

We drove 13 miles south of Jackson. Not much to see. When I came to a roundabout, I turned around and drove back to Jackson.

We had a bit of trouble finding a place for lunch. Many restaurants are closed for the off season. We wound up at Moe’s bar b que.

After lunch we walked back to the hotel. Shari wasn’t feeling well so she stayed in th room while the rest of drove up to the town square. Susan and Mike exchanged a T-shirt while Albert and I went to Hagen daz for an ice cream. Initially I was not going to get anything, but Albert wanted be to have some fun. So at his insistence, I got some, too. Sometime you have to make a sacrifice.

We drove back to the hotel and lounged around for a while. For our last night in Jackson Hole, we went back to the Silver Dollar Bar and Grill for dinner.

Today was my wife and my 24th Wedding Anniversary. Hard to believe.

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