We had dinner a littler earlier the second night and roasted marshmellows and Diana wanted to roast 'Starbursts'. So you know who was a little high on sugar that night, but we had a lot of fun with her there.
On Tuesday we headed back to Jenny Lake for some hiking. We did the 2.5 mile hike starting at the south end of the lake and ended up at the Hidden Falls. It was a butt kicker, but I did it. I'm not in as good of shape I was when we did the hike the times before. Anyway, it was very beautiful all along the trail,....the falls were GORGEOUS! We didn't hike back, but took the ferry boat back across the lake. That was also a first for Diana,....wish the boat ride had lasted a little longer for her.
Since it was late enough in the afternoon when we finished at Jenny Lake, rather than go back to camp at that time, we went in to Jackson Hole and ate dinner at Bubba's. Their pulled pork was wonderful! It started blowing and raining so after getting gas, we headed back to camp. We bedded down pretty early because it was raining. I couldn't stand the idea of laying there on my cot for the rest of the night, so we went on a potty break and ended up building a fire and staying up. It had quit raining by that time (9 p.m.). We stayed up til' 11 p.m. and roasted some more marsh mellow then went back in the tent. Oh, and just to let you know, we had 3 cots in the tent with 'no' walking room whatsoever. Dave made breakfast each morning we were there,....he's a true blue camper.
Wednesday morning we took camp down and headed back home around 10 a.m. We took some time and stopped at the "Shirt Off My Back" store and the Visitors Center. We stopped in Alpine, WY for lunch. Just as we were leaving there, I stubbed my second toe on the back of Diana's shoe and am pretty sure it broke in the first knuckle. It was killing me, and since I started driving at that time, I had to pull over and take some Tylenol. We wanted to show Diana Bear Lake so we went down and around Montpelier, ID then made our way up and back down through Logan Canyon. It was much longer or I guess more time consuming by going that way.
Anyway, we made it back and settled in earlier that night so we could get up early and get ready for work on Thursday. We were beat!
We had a great anniversary and a mini-vacation with our grand daughter. We love the mountains! She loved going with us as well.