After enjoying a nice breakfast, we decided to go out for a walk. (A walk is differentiated from a hike by the shoes we decided to wear.) We wandered by the Jackson Lake Marina first where crowds were lined up to rent canoes, kayaks, and 10 hp motor boats. I noticed the crowds on the dock first, but the lines were even worse inside where people were lined up to fill out the paperwork. While I was noticing the people, BJ was noticing the sign!
Near the end of the walk, we caught up to the wrangler and a couple park personnel who were helping her walk out with her ankle wrapped in ice.
Part of the afternoon was spend at the shower / laundromat where they had a reasonable wi-fi connection, raising (unreasonable) hopes for a similar service in Yellowstone.