Alice’s Restaurant

July 12, 2007

More Jackson

Filed under: Day to Day Life, Travel — aliceaudrey @ 12:38 am

For some reason I have travel on my mind.  So why not throw a few more pictures of my recent travels on my blog?
Looks Like I finally figured out what was wrong with the pictures I tried to post last week.  I can thank Donna for guiding me the right direction, all be it unintentionally.  I was doing exactly the same thing that gave her problems on her blog.

Jackson MT is in a place called the Big Hole.  Around here we say it “the-Bighole.”  Normally this time of year it could be looking a bit dry.  Not this year.  Check it out.

pasture passing at speed
Why do they call it the Big Hole?  Because it’s a big, flat, high plateau with mountains all around.  We’re talking 7,000 feet above sea level at the lower elevations.  Could be up to 11,000 around the peaks.

I know.  It doesn't do it justice.
And this picture?

After the windshield wipers ran.
It wasn’t raining when I went through Jackson Montana.  It was bug-splattering.



  1. I just realized I have a SF book set in a place kind of like this. Only on an alien planet with three suns.


    Comment by aliceaudrey — July 12, 2007 @ 8:04 pm

  2. lol, why haven’t we seen it yet? I suppose you can put this in your picture collage.

    Comment by fairiegreen — July 12, 2007 @ 11:50 pm

  3. Glad to be of help, Alice. *grin*

    Aren’t you glad you were in a car and not on a motorcycle when you encountered all the bugs?

    Comment by Donna — July 18, 2007 @ 7:12 pm

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