Back in 1985, a friend of mine were in the Tetons north of Jackson Wy when we thought we should look for a place to stay for the night . We looked all over town and not a single place to stay. If you look at a map, you will see that there just isn't anything close. We wanted to spend more time in the park, Yellowstone so didn't feel like going back south like we had come so we looked on a map and decided that since highway 22 then highway 33 had more black dots, signifying towns, we would go that way. Not a single town had anything like a motel. So we just kept driving west. Since we started driving around 7:00 PM we drove for about two hours. Driving slow as in the mountains . Came over the hill to see this wonderful town of Rexburg Idaho all ablaze in lights. Motel, after mote, after motel. It was around 9:00 . We were tired and hungry . Found a wonderful motel with restaurant close.
Then the next morning, all refreshed, we drove back over the same road into the Tetons from the west then up into Yellowstone. So Rexburg has a soft place in my heart
The Tetons are spectacular. Not very tall but beautiful none the less with sparkling lakes. Of course, there is nothing in the world like Yellowstone Park.
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