The Grand Teton National Park was our final stop on a two-week tour of National Parks in Utah and Wyoming. Our plan was to spend a few days in the frontier town of Jackson Hole and do some climbing and fly-fishing. The town was completely booked up and we had to change hotel rooms and hotels a few times collectively. This is an amazingly beautiful area and incredible how the Tetons just rise over 7000 feet above the valley floor – definitely a dramatic rise compared to the mountains in Washington. The boys all went fly fishing with some guides for a couple of days while I climbed with Exum Guides. We had some great meals at Bin 22, The Blue House, and the Snake River Grill. We were joined by Unkle Sean on the last night of the trip as we celebrated a great family vacation.