Thursday, August 23, 2007
Our western swing from Utah to Wyoming signals our initial turn back towards home. Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a taste of the old, wild west. The wagon trains crossed the Plains over Teton Pass into Jackson Hole. We rode in a covered wagon, witnessed a good 'ol frontier gun battle right on main street in Jackson Hole, all followed by a hearty chuck wagon dinner. Our covered wagon taking us to dinner came under attack from Indians on horseback though we all survived. In the center of Jackson's town center is the antler arch and the veterans' war memorial.
We all are looking forward to seeing Mount Rushmore up close and personal.