On Saturday we met Big H and Mogie for breakfast at the Bunk House in Livingston. Even though it was their 40th anniversary (HAPPY ANNIVERSARY) Big H brought presents for everyone. Mogie got a beautiful Yogo sapphire and diamond anniversary band and I got a mug with a photo of the Tetons (I had been going on and on about the view). Henry and Anders got breakfast. Well, we all got breakfast.
From there we headed back up to Brandon and Tucky’s place for a short visit. Anders and I hung out in the car because I couldn’t bear to wake him up after a night of not enough sleep and Henry chatted with his cousins.
Next stop the Grand Teton Brewing Company in Victor, Idaho–about 6 miles from Driggs. I’m writing a story about microbreweries for Big Sky Journal and figured I’d take a tour from one of the brewers since we were down that way. As it is their 20th anniversary this year it seemed like a good fit.
Henry and Anders accompanied us for most of the tour (check H’s blog for what they did the rest of the time). All three of us enjoyed their root beer and Henry and I got to sip a couple beers.
From the brewery we headed over Teton Pass to Jackson to take advantage of their super fun recreation center. Part of the time I lived in Jackson I worked at the Rec Center and knew Anders would love the little kids’ pool.
Next on the agenda (this was a fairly busy day) was checking into the Antler Inn and meeting up with my friend, Heather. While Anders napped, Heather and I walked around town a bit and picked up some Nepalese food for dinner.
But, wait! There’s more. Come back tomorrow for day 3 of Father’s Day Weekend.