Monday morning a nice shower, breakfast (BYO) with my older friend in the hostel commons downstairs. Watched the hot air balloons take off as I headed out. Headed thru Jackson Hole to the town of Jackson a little south. Civilization, I had to stop for traffic lights. This visitor’s center is definitely worth a visit: herd of stuffed deer inside with lots of displays and a viewing deck in the back. Gary at the info desk was a great help. He planned the rest of my trip thru Wyoming and into Denver. He and his wife have traveled the area for decades and knew all the best spots for looking and eating.
|Million Dollar Bar|
|Elk Horns, Jackson, WY|
Dubois is a nice little town. A few blocks long but with flavor. Inexpensive Exhibit Center on long horn sheep $2.50 with a nice, park right next to it. The must stop here is Cowboy café for good food and a large selection of homemade pies. Ate with a grandmother and granddaughter from Oregon and folks from Wisconsin.
|Forest Service Road campsite view from car|