Real quick, mostly photos tonight (I'm splitting this into two posts, for the two trips).
:: Evening at Jackson Lake.
:: Looking for bugs.
:: Juniper, our wild thing, just takes off in any direction that strikes her fancy. ("But I just wanted to see what's on the other side of that rock!") Hazel follows and my man chases them both down.
:: Our snacking rock and where Juniper did a squat-and-pee entirely on her own without dribbling on her pants. Whoo-hoo! (Most adults can't even do that.)
:: Juniper: "Okay, mom. You. And I. Are Underwater Plant Experts...." (And the lakeside adventures begin while my man fishes.)
:: Hazel, caught red-handed.
*Notes: Early June in Grand Teton National Park is wonderful: relatively few tourists, campsites a plenty, no mosquitoes, wildflowers galore, no line for the boat across Jenny Lake, can fish with a Wyoming license. Normally, we opt to camp on National Forest, but this was perfect. Plus, we still don't have a dog (no dogs allowed in National Parks outside of campgrounds, really...and no picking wildflowers!).