We took our tour with Karen. She very timely picked us up at our hotel first thing in the morning. We picked up our van mates and were on our way to a day full of wild creatures, magical views of magnificent mountains and meadows, as well as historical sites very well maintained and photographed by thousands. Karen guided us to areas that were loaded, and I mean loaded, with wild animals you very rarely see outside of the Tetons, much less Wyoming. We were treated to not one, not two, but four black bears eating berries very close to the roadside. We stopped at a sighting of a single moose. Karen pulled out her massive spotting scope so that we could get a good look at the moose drifting farther back into the thicket. Little did we know that we would quite literally run into a bull moose corralling his girlfriend only feet from our van. We were so close that we had to return to the van for safety. Luckily, our van had roof covers that popped open. Not only did we get a higher birds eye view, but we were safe from the possibility of trampling by these massive animals. Was this enough? No! We were treated to bull elk bugling and chasing other bulls away from the mares, bison grazing near the roadside. Our trip to Mormon Row was postcard perfect with those amazing mountains in the background. Somewhere along the way we had time to stop and eat lunch which was included in our tour. The food was hot, delicious, and portions were huge. Our group of 6 adults and our son, making 7, had time to chit chat and get to know each other in a friendly way. All along the way Karen was attentive to our comfort. She offered us snacks and drinks at each stop. She made an effort to provide us with locations that had flushing toilets (now that's important!), and had binoculars available for all of us. But we rarely needed them. What we saw was much too close for those binoculars! Karen was informative about the location, history, and wildlife of the area. I highly recommend this tour for families that don't want to be looking at maps and descriptions of trails instead of actually seeing what you came there to see. Take this tour. You won't regret it.
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