|From Cunningham's Cabin|
And to top it off, I got me a bear. He was eating berries by the road and I took his picture. So did a lot of other people, but I kept them out of the shot. And, yes, that's a telephoto shot from waaay back. I had no idea where his Mama was and I didn't want to find out. Words of caution: give them lots of room--they are neither cuddly nor lovable, they don't particularly like you, and they can outrun you.
Speaking from a practical standpoint--the Visitors Centers are terrific, so start there. There are all kinds of accommodations, like our cabin to upscale hotels to camping if you are so inclined. Food in the park is really good for the most part--contractors provide it and the hotels. You must reserve ahead, though--you'll probably be out of luck if you just walk in, hoping to get a place to stay. Check the National Park Service's website.
Of all the places we traveled, I'd have to put Teton at the head of the Favorites List. We loved being there. We loved sharing it together. We loved going back.
And I say without hesitation that I will do it again.