Posts Tagged ‘GrandTetonNationalPark’
Last weekend at my home in Bozeman, I was startled to awareness by a distinct clattering that reminded me of summer afternoons on the Snake River. Except much, much louder. Entranced, I listened for a moment, wandered to the backyard, and gazed skyward for the source. Turns out the cacophonous clattering was emanating from a…Read More
It’s tick season!
It’s tick season! This time of year, we welcome visitors from all around the country to beautiful Jackson Hole. And for those of you from the East Coast, the thought of “tick season” might be truly scary. The good news: our Barker-Ewing scenic raft trips don’t travel through tick habitat, so we’re extremely unlikely to…Read More
Grand Teton National Park: The park that almost wasn’t
In addition to seeing amazing wildlife and stunning views, one of the things our guests always comment on about our scenic float trips is how much they learn from our guides about the history, geology and botany of the Park. So we thought we’d spend some time in our next few blog posts sharing a…Read More