On our way home from Yellowstone the week before, we passed a restaurant on the southern edge of Jackson Lake; not far from the dam. We planned to return for a date night over the weekend. But then...well, life happened, Banner got sick and the majority of our sightseeing came to a screeching halt. Still, we couldn't get the place out of our head, so on our second to last (full) day in Wyoming, we headed back up there for lunch with our favorite little pint sized dude.
The restaurant was - hands down - one of our favorite. Lots of local, organic produce on the menu. Everything we ordered tasted light and fresh. And, of course, the view from the patio was amazing:
After lunch, we headed down to the water to watch the boaters and kayakers do their thing. Unlike the northern edge of the lake, this section had a rocky shoreline. Banner immediately got work trying to throw all of them back in the water. Because putting all the rocks back in the lake is very important when you are 19 months. As is waving at all the boats passing by, attacking daddy and stealing mommy's iPhone out of her purse when she isn't paying attention.
But I digress. Here are some of my pictures from our last day trip into the Grand Teton National Park:
|Buh-bye, boat. Buh-bye.|