A down day for us in Jackson Hole Wyoming.
Starting with a quick walk along the Cache Creek Trail southeast of town to work up an appetite, we headed back to town to explore and have lunch at the Snake Creek Brewery.
Shopping trip for groceries, and back to our campsite in the Bridger-Teton National Forest by early afternoon for more boondocking downtime.
Some days I write an entire epic, some days it’s a quick essay. Today is essay day.
But more importantly – a brief quote from Grand Teton Brewing on their National Parks Series beer:

National Parks hold a special place in our hearts, with two right in our backyard. We hope this beer will inspire people to explore and appreciate our national treasures. The National Parks are so important to us that we wanted to find a way to help support our Crown Jewels. Grand Teton Brewing will be donating a portion of the proceeds from sales of this beer to National Park funding. With every beer sold we will be supporting trail maintenance, trash cleanup and countless other projects that will keep the National Parks beautiful for future generations.

Situational Awareness

Situational Awareness
This sign sums it up…


More Woods

Jackson Hole - More Woods
We never get tired of walking in the woods!


Beautiful Viewpoint

Beautiful Viewpoint
Seeing the Teton Range from the Cache Creek trail in Jackson.


Beer with a View

Jackson Hole - Beer with a View
Tasty beers and awesome burgers at the Snake River Brewery.


Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole
Jackson Town Square at the center of Jackson has massive elk antler arches at all four corner entrances.


No Refunds

No Refunds
I’m guessing people realize that they can’t carry the bear spray on the plane home… I know at Bozeman Airport there are donation bins to donate your spray to park rangers.


Parks IPA

Parks IPA
Beer with a good cause!