|(l)Yellowstone. (r)Cold bucket of suck (aka, our driveway)|
|Ann & John at the Grand Tetons|
You see, whether you enjoy snow or dread it is a matter of perspective. Shoveling snow: bad. Playing in snow: good. And when you're in Jackson Hole there are any number of ways to play in the snow. Skiing. Snowboarding. Tubing. Something for every skill level and adrenaline junky. We chose to snowmobile through Yellowstone National Park. Old Faithful Snowmobile Tours was our guide on the full-day tour of this beautiful national treasure that took us through the scenic, snow-covered forest,
past the numerous waterfalls and cascades,
around the steaming pools of Yellowstone's many geyser basins,
across the Continental Divide
|John, Ann and Ann's son Zack (front)|
and finally to Old Faithful herself.
|Wow, this thing really blows|
During our stay, we also fit in some snow tubing (we don't ski), a drive through the Tetons and a side trip to Park City, Utah for the Sundance Film Festival.
|Zack, Ann & John stargazing at Sundance|
Under the right circumstances (Jackson Hole), snow is either the direct source of the fun or simply a nice accent. Under the wrong circumstances (Indiana), it's a cold bucket of suck.
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