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The two RV Gypsies
in Jackson, Wyoming

September 22 - 24, 2012

USA map showing location of Wyomingwelcome to Jackson Wyoming sign

Approaching Fireside Resort on N. Moose Wilson Road

moose in area sign
be aware for moose sign
Office at Fireside RV Resort
cabins in entrance of Jackson Hole campground

Fireside Resort had large sites with old growth shade trees, green lawns, campfire rings, picnic tables and full hook up at each site. Great cable with lots of channels. Very low water pressure.

the RV of the two RV Gypsies
the RV of the two RV Gypsies

history bookJackson Hole, originally called Jackson's Hole, is a valley located in the U.S. state of Wyoming, near the western border with Idaho. The name "hole" derives from language used by early trappers or mountain men, who primarily entered the valley from the north and east and had to descend along relatively steep slopes, giving the sensation of entering a hole. These low-lying valleys are surrounded by mountains and contain rivers and streams, which were good habitat for beaver and other fur-bearing animals.

The town square in Jackson had large elk antler arches that curved over the square's four corner entrances (see the two RV Gypsies under the arches in the photos below). The antlers have been there since the early 1960s, and new arches are assembled to replace them when necessary. One of the original arches sits in a vacant lot on the way into town. Antlers are solid and fall off of animals naturally and the animals grow new sets every year. This contrasts with horns, which have to be sawed off but then are hollow.

Karen Duquette and the Jackson Hole Antler Arch
Karen Duquette and the Jackson Hole Antler Arch
Lee Duquette and the Jackson Hole Antler Arch
Lee Duquette and the Jackson Hole Antler Arch
Karen Duquette and the Jackson Hole Antler Arch

Across the street from the town square is the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.

the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy bar

laughing clipartKaren tried to get the sword
while the dude was not looking.

Lee Duquette made a new friend

Karen tries to get the sword
Lee Duquette makes a new friend

Watch where you sit when you are in Jackson!

Karen Duquette and a bear chair
look below

the next adventrure of the two rV gypssiesPlease go back to the Wyoming menu to Grand Tetons National Park more adventures in Jackson Hole, or travel forward to Yellowstone National Park and more.