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Ice cream in Jackson Hole

I don't know what it is, but even in the middle of the winter, I love icecream. Homemade or storebought, I don't discriminate. A happy memory of growing up in our log home was making snow ice cream in Jackson Hole. It's been such a dry winter this year that when it snowed the last couple days I took advantage of the opportunity. My daughter enjoyed helping gather the snow and eating the final product ...
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Free Family Fun in Jackson Hole Wyoming!

Every summer for the last few years my little family has gone to visit Jackson Hole. We love going there because of the fun atmosphere, the extreme beauty, and also all of the fun things you can do as a family...for FREE! (We're all about cheap or free fun in our family;). Let me share a few of our favorite free activities to do in Jackson Hole... Phil Baux Park One place we always stop ...
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Employee spotlight: Korinne Nelson

Today we'd like to spotlight a stellar employee at Flat Creek Inn, Korinne Nelson. Korinne does a lot of the behind the scenes legwork for Flat Creek Inn, and she is indespensable to the success of this business. Tell us a little about yourself: I was raised in Jackson Hole in a log home that my dad built, located behind what is now Flat Creek Inn. I left home to go to college and graduated from ...
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Where do the locals eat in Jackson?

Want to know where the locals eat in Jackson? I just did a poll of Flat Creek Inn employees and here's the list we came up with. (Price estimates are from Trip Advisor): Pizza Pinky G's $ Sidewinders $$ (get the pizza and pretzels) Thai Teton Thai $$-$$$ Bakery The Bunnery $$-$$$ Pearl Street Bagel $ Chinese Chinatown  $$-$$$ French The Blue Lion $$$$ American New York Sub Shop $ The Virginian $$-$$$(get the cinnamon roll ...
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The Bison: from 30 million to 325 (1884) to 500,000 (today)

Last year, the bison was chosen as America's first national mammal, joining the bald eagle as a symbol of America. I started writing this post with only a mild interest in bison. But the more I learned, the more I want to learn, and this blog post took on a life of it's own. The bison have a fascinating history, unique appearance, and they present complex challenges in the present day. They are a symbol ...
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