Sassy Moose Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the area where we started, but as we climbed up the canyon, there was plenty of snow and the views were glorious! Nancy and I switched places at the half-way point and I enjoyed chatting with Anna about the way of life for the dogs. One of the dogs pulling our sled was an Iditarod veteran. Owner of the company, Frank Teasley, is an eight-time veteran of the Iditarod and uses the company as a "pension plan" for the veteran racing dogs and “high school” for the younger, ...
... It was then that I remembered why I chose to come back to this beautiful region of our country to experience what winter had to offer.
I selected to stay at the Jackson Campus of the Teton Science Schools (TSS), while others in our program opted to stay in town at the Snow King Hotel. The TSS mission is to connect people, nature and place through education, science and ...
... Ranges, as well as Goodwin Lake and the Jackson Hole Valley. We ate our peanut butter sandwiches and took 2 hours to get down, thankfully I had my hiking poles on their maiden voyage because my knees were sore from the air pressure. Exiting to an empty parking lot and road, we headed into town to the Brew Pub and I had a special ale that was filtered trough aspen trees. We got home and I went on a walk with Rob, and then we had a campfire while sharing a bottle of wine. Long ...
... it! It was epic! The language was salty and loud! We were all screaming at this particularly imbecilic individual trying to pull out and further secure our fate in causing a hellacious log jam! Friendly other visitors joined in the screaming and traffic direction! Laughing ensued quickly after becoming free from the mess we were stuck in and off to look at more beauty.
Ryan: he is the only one to not really contribute as of yet. Stay tune for his, sure to be great contribution.
... hike with views of Slide Lake. We will then return to campus for a lesson on astronomy with Dr. Sam Singer. Sam is known for his passion for the night sky. In college, he built telescopes and observatories. He even built an observatory at TSS. Sam has also been recognized by NASA for a lesson that he wrote on astronomy. He is currently launching a nonprofit organization called Wyoming Stargazing in the hopes to help others ...