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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

June 27

Two years ago we stopped in Jackson Hole for a few days on our way to Yellowstone and we loved it so much that we decided that the next time we passed close to this area we would make a point of staying for at least a week to enjoy all this town, the surrounding valleys and national parks have to offer. 538 more words

Travel, Rving

Snow and Moose and Bears, Oh My!

Last week I was able to experience the state of Wyoming for the first time, and if I had one word to sum up the experience, it would be this: cold. 919 more words

General Posts

On Steady Ground, Part 3

Leah and I were breaking up with Yellowstone Park. In the beginning, the park had welcomed us and offered us sanctuary. At times, it made us dizzy with excitement. 904 more words

Travel

Phelps Lake // Jackson Hole

Grand Teton National Park is filled with amazing trails that are begging to be explored. As a 9-5er, these adventures are typically saved for the weekends, as many are long hikes that take you to stunning canyons or pristine mountain lakes. 143 more words

Hiking

Up in the North Country: Pt. 3

Here’s the last smattering of pictures from our trip. It was joyful, restful, and filled to the brim with amazing wildlife. Aside from the previously depicted chiselers, grizzly bear, buffalo, elk, moose, bluebirds, goldfinch, and antelope, we were fortunate enough to see a Western Tanager on our hike up by String Lake. 221 more words

Waldorf

Hiking in the Grand Tetons

When we planned our visit to Grand Teton National Park for mid-May, we were thinking like people who grew up in Ohio. Mid-May in Ohio can be very warm – time for shorts and t-shirts. 415 more words

Travel

Snow King // Jackson Hole

Snow King Mountain is the smaller, lesser known ski resort in Jackson Hole. It sits right beside the town of Jackson at 7,808 feet, offering hikers and skiers 1,571 vert to play with, essentially towering over the downtown area. 127 more words

Hiking