Snowmobiling Jackson Hole

Category: History

Virtual Tour of Jackson Hole

Well, it seems like COVID-19 isn’t going away anytime soon. So in case you aren’t able to come to Jackson Hole in person, here is a virtual field trip just for you! Ready? Let’s go!   We’re going to start off at Town Square Watch a live webcam of town square right now! This is…
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Wash Your Worries Away at Astoria Hot Springs!

*Disclaimer – At the time of writing this, only locals are allowed into Astoria due to Covid-19 restrictions. When it is safe again, it will open to the general public. Check their website for current updates* What is Astoria Hot Springs? It is a beautiful piece of nature that includes three hot spring pools, a…
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The Jackson Hole Antler Arches

Every year, more than 2.6 million visitors pass through Jackson, Wyoming—and according to Instagram, just about every one of them posted a picture of themselves under one of the four iconic antler arches found on the corners of Town Square, formally named George Washington Memorial Park. How much do you know about this must-see Jackson…
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The First Known Man in Yellowstone

The First Man in Yellowstone Have you ever wondered who was the first man in Yellowstone? Well, here’s an interesting book that discusses that very question. Daniel Trotter Potts (or D.P.T. as he called himself in his writings) was one of the first men who actually recorded his journeyings through Yellowstone Park. If you want…
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Jackson vs. Jackson Hole: Behind the Names

Everybody knows Old Billy Shakespeare once said, “What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” He was wrong, of course—nobody wants to bring home a dozen blood-petal pokey-stems for their significant other—but that’s beside the point. Names are full of meaning, as the names around Jackson Hole suggest.…
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Calling All Elk Enthusiasts!

The Museum of Natural History in Salt Lake City has a special exhibit going on right now called Yellowstone: Invisible Boundaries. This exhibit is all about elk, and it will run until September 15th, 2019. We, here at the Flat Creek Inn, have a special interest in elk because our motel is right across the…
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Merry Christmas from the Bagley Family!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Bagley Family! We hope your holiday season has been full of good cheer and happiness. We wanted to share some of our favorite family Christmas traditions with you. From Jessica: Mom wouldn’t let us open presents until we had a really nice beautiful breakfast in front of the…
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A Hidden Gem in Jackson – Aspen Hill Cemetery

Finding Hidden Gems Every once in a while when people are going about their business, they accidentally stumble upon something else totally unexpected. (For example, the Terracotta Warriors found by a farmer in China who was just digging a well… Or the Rosetta Stone that was accidentally found by French soldiers while building a fort.)…
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Q&A with Patsy Bagley Brunson- Matriarch of the family business

1) Tell us a little about yourself… Well, I love reading, animals, quiet, nature (beautiful flowers, plants, and trees). I’ve always loved the Gospel and Father in Heaven. The sad things that have happened to me have all turned into blessings and joys. My five missions have all been full of learning and happy experiences,…
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