n was so tired after our hike he fell asleep with food in his mouth. Guess who took it out with her fingers while trying not to wake him up to ensure that he did not choke? #MomLife.
We tried to check into The Hostel in Teton Village, but it was too early.
The kids killed some time by playing with the horseshoe pit.
We had a private room with four twin beds, including one bunk. Although it was nothing fancy, it was nice to take a hot shower after two nights of camping.
Afterward we rode the gondola, which offers free rides in the evenings during summer.
The Deck is a popular dining destination. We skipped it, but had some of the free ice water. Hehe.
On the way down, we watched some mountain bikers on the course.
Next we took a short walk to dinner, and passed some animals along the way…
After eating too many sandwiches and bad Xanterra food, Teton Thai was a welcome treat!
Too bad that I believe we left n’s beloved Captain America sweatshirt there.
After dinner, we took a stroll around Jackson Hole.
Unfortunately, this was the closest we got to a moose sighting.
The kids let off some steam at the upscale playground. It will be a sad day when they are not interested in playgrounds anymore.
We let the kids have Jolly Rancher popsicles. Only on vacation!
Next we went to the basement of The Hostel and played several rounds of ping pong.
This was the kids’ first time playing ping pong, and they did not want to stop. It must be their Chinese side.