Photo of the Month: The Boats Emerge for Spring!

A warm winter and early spring in Jackson Hole has had an interesting affect on the hatching of the Mahoganies. The above photo shows the Mahogany in it’s winter time nymphal shuck. Warm temperatures in the 60’s resulted in this Mahogany beginning to emerge a full six...

February Photo of the Month: Winter Wildlife in Jackson Hole

  On a warm, sunny day in an unusually warm February, the Siren Song of the river beckoned. Kevin and I finished our camp chores early and headed to the Wilson Bridge. Winter floating is something we try to do when conditions are right. Once a month we take inventory of the...

Preparing for our Jackson Hole Sleigh Rides

Our guests always get to see the snowshoe Tipi Camp up and running with all the bells and whistles in place; however, it doesn’t happen without considerable effort up front!  We start preparing for our Jackson Hole sleigh rides well in advance to make sure the sleighs and...

Fall in Jackson Hole: September Photo of the Month

Guests often ask me, “What’s your favorite season?” My answer is always the same, “The next one.” In Jackson Hole, we are blessed with four very distinct seasons. Each is different in it’s own special way and we eagerly look forward to the changes that...