Welcome back to the podcast! Today we're giving an update on our travels for the last few weeks. We visited Teton National Park in June, which was a lot different than the last time in September. Fewer animals but more green! Speaking of animals, we added a new furry member to our family – Freya Rose. She's a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, and we're all obsessed with her.
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In episode 15 of the podcast, we discussed our first trip to Teton National Park in September 2021. We discussed the small town of Jackson, Wyoming, and Leeks Pizzeria. We also talked about the Monument Ridge Badge of Honor Trail. Plus, all the animals we got to see in the area.
After leaving Colorado, we drove into Wyoming on the way to Grand Teton National Park. We stayed at a couple of different boondocking spots on the way.
The first stop was Dugway Campground.
Next, we stayed off Cliff Creek Rd in dispersed camping.
When visiting the Teton National Park, we stayed in the Bridger-Teton National Forest-Shadow Mountain area. The view here is amazing, and you won't be disappointed. If you stay here, check and see if Liz and Chris Pipes are still the camp hosts. Tell the Faiolas said hi!
Next, we stayed at Spread Creek Dispersed Camping.
You can also choose to camp in a non-boondocking RV campsite.