48th State: Alternatives

48th State: Alternatives

While most people travel to Jackson Hole in the winter to ski and snowmobile, we did neither. The weather was a bit warm for skiing and we felt like one tour for the dog sledding was enough structured tourist activity for one long weekend. Fortunately, there are...
48th State: Stuffed

48th State: Stuffed

On our first night in town we ate at The Rose, known best for it’s craft cocktails (not pictured). We learned on the second day we were here that there are 97 restaurants nestled in this town of less than 10,000 people which explains why I had such a hard time...
48th State: Dog Sledding

48th State: Dog Sledding

Today we embarked on our dog sledding adventure. We drove an hour north of Jackson to Togwotee Mountain Lodge, home of the best snowmobiling in the U.S. On our drive up we saw a wolf, two moose and this beautiful view of the Teton mountains.We were in for a wild (and...
48th State: Wyoming

48th State: Wyoming

Made it to the antler arches in the middle of downtown Jackson Hole, WY. Each corner of the park in the center of town has an arch. This officially marks my 48th state visited in the U.S. – only North Dakota and Alaska to go. At first blush, the town reminds me...

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