Blame It On The Tetons.
Buford, Wyoming has only one resident, a Vietnamese man who bought the entire town on eBay. Don Sammons, Buford’s previous lone resident who built the town from nothing and wrote a book about his adventure moved away. So it is still population 1. I stopped in to see if I could meet the new sole resident of the town. But it was 3 in the morning.
Finally, I arrived at my home for the next two nights, Teton Village in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, right outside of Grand Teton National Park. And it was time for some food and relaxation, starting with Lotus Café. The café offers plenty of delicious vegan options, like flavorful tofu scrambles, cashew cheese lasagna, as well as a slew of delicious share plates, bowls, burgers, and salads. If you’re spying their menu, note that the “V” means it can be made vegan, which is a significant portion of the menu.
I got the tofu scramble, mostly because it’s got everything you could want, even housemade vegan sour cream.
After and before some rest, I entered Grand Teton National Park some sightseeing in front of my day tomorrow, which will be more scenic-intensive. And I had a quickie photo shoot at the Moulton Barn on Antelope Flats Road, known as the most photographed barn in America (see history here).
Goodnight, Wyoming. You’re beautiful. Much more tomorrow. I’m just way too tired.