Bentwood Inn Jackson Hole
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Babysitting service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This program concluded after breakfast, but many of us had a long way to travel so our flights were very early. A large group of us grabbed our Breakfast-to-go bags and headed to the airport at the ungodly hour of 5:30 a.m. This was compounded by the fact that we switched to Daylight Saving Time overnight so we lost another hour of sleep. My flight ...
Officially a free day for the program, and I was fortunate to meet another woman at the program who was interested in downhill skiing the famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Others planned a day with a nature walk along the Snake River, a snowshoe adventure into Granite Canyon in the Grand Teton National Park, or a long day traveling up by Snowcoach into Yellowstone ...
Snow! This was the theme for the day. Not surprising of course as this is the Great Winter Get-Together. But we really dug into the subject as our lecture for the morning was snow science, why snow is important, and how do avalanches happen. To further our understanding of the topic, we spent a bit of time outside digging up some snowpack samples in an area behind the lodges at the TSS looking at the structure of snow crystals, rounds ...
After three very active and physically challenging days (compounded by the altitude) I was really looking forward to having a bit of a rest. This day was all about the wildlife in the Jackson Hole region. It started after breakfast with a lecture at the TSS regarding elk, including discussions regarding their antlers, the history of the Jackson Hole National Wildlife Refuge and 'a year in the life of an elk.' It’s always inspiring to hear ...
... meeting friends for supper in Yellowstone.
Our first stop was at Jenny Lake. The last time I was personally here, I hiked all the way around this lake. But this time Paul and I hiked the short distance to the lake, took a few pictures, and then hiked back to his parents.
Some of Paul and my friends live in this area. ...