8 January 2016
Scenic Safaris took us on the best snowmobile trip we have ever been on. We had a great guide in Mikey and a small enough group that made it a bit more enjoyable than those of past locatins. The morning was foggy again for the ride to Grand Teton but we were quickly off on a well groomed trail at a really descent speed.
Before long we came across big horned sheep in the road and a ram pretty close by. We were able to stop and take a few photos before moving on to one of th locations of a camp site along the river.
The next stop was at an elk head laying in the road. Mikey felt it was likely this was dragged their by wolves as he could see their prints on the road.
We made it to an elk feeding ground where he again mentioned they seemed very edgy and that wolves were likely in the area. We saw a distant coyote but no wolves. After the turn around we hit the same sheep in the road on the way back.
After the ride back we quickly headed to Pinky G's which had been featured at Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. They have probably the cheapest option for lunch in the town with a slice of new york style pizza and a beer for $5.
Later in the afternoon we walked back to Snow King Mountain for the tubing. One hour was $20 for as many times down the hill as you could stand. As one man there reminded us as he was getting in his tube "Fun isn't only for kids!"
Right across the street from the tubing was a cute little restaurant called lift where we had hot chocolate and a beer before walking back in to town. They had the awesome US map made out of license plates! To cap off the day we split a burger and skinny fries at Liberty Burger. An absolutely delicious burgerand fantastic fries.