Jackson, Wyoming during the winter months is breath taking. Of course you can slip on some skis and take on the slopes in the area, like Superman and the kids did. I am so proud of the kids and how they conquered any fear and just did it! I have had the skis on my feet before, rode the chairlift to the top (with a death grip on the sides, trying not to look down) and even stood at the top of the mountain. I knew I had skied back east on the slippery, icy slopes, so I had a wee little bit of confidence. But the magnitude of these two and three mile runs, straight down, sometimes seeming to just go over the side of the world, I freaked! Needless to say, through tears, cussing and begging, I threw my skis over my shoulder and walked down the slope. Not one of my best moments.
The day the girls had our spa treatment, which you can read about here, the guys went hiking around Bradley Lake in the Grand Teton National park.
Elk are amazing animals. I’ve heard that elk, deer and other animals lose their antlers every year, to only grown them back bigger and stronger the next. It is so hard to believe being this close to the elk and see the size of these guys. Crazy!
Jackson Hole- We’ve explored your beautiful land in the summer and now in the winter. Hands down, you are amazing! Your kind people, exciting adventures, beautiful animals and gorgeous landscape make us want to come back again and again.