For our 4 year anniversary, David and I decided to take a trip to the Grand Tetons. It was my first real camping experience and I didn’t really know what to expect. I made a deal with him that I would camp for a couple nights as long as there was a spa at the end of it. (we stayed at chico inn and spa on the 5th night.. I guess we both kept our end of the deal
Jackson Hole Wyoming was amazing! I highly recommend it! We went in June so it was very warm BUT nothing like
the Florida humidity. It was hot during the day but then it really cooled down at night.
There’s alot of really cool shops & restaurants to see in Jackson. We hung out for the hole day and just enjoyed walking around.
I couldn’t get over this little city just settled in between the mountains. It was so beautiful.
We flew into Jackson Hole, WY and as soon as we got off the plane I was mesmerized. The scenery was breath taking and it seemed to get better and better the hole trip. The first night we went to a local rodeo, which brought out the redneck in me (No I am not ashamed of being a Southern Girl) We stayed in Jackson for two nights and then drove up the teton national forest and camped. Even the hours in the car seemed to go back so fast, looking at the scenery was relaxing. We ventured on to Old Faithful, and then drove on to Montana. After camping at the top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere, we ended up sleeping in our car because the wind was so strong (and the bears could have eaten us.. at least that was my reason). The next day we FINALLY made it to Chico Hot Springs and Spa, my favorite part. I have never been so excited to take a hot shower and sleep in a real bed.
I really loved Chico Hot Springs. It was a nice change of pace and a quiet little spa.
There is not a hole lot around without driving an hour to the next city BUT we just hung out and enjoyed the peaceful views.
It was so relaxing.
Nothing says romance like a bass fishing tub right?!
After a night at the hot springs we drove around and ended up in Bozeman, MT. Which was one of the coolest cities I’ve seen. It’s very artsy and I was immediatly inspired just walking around. The shops and boutiques were adorable and they closed Main Street the night we were there and featured a free concert. I loved every minute of it and I can honestly say we might make a move there (well maybe one day :))