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Archive for the ‘Winter’ Category

Add Interest to Your Winter Landscape

Think of winter in Wyoming, and the first thing that comes to mind, of course, is snow. And lots of it. Wyoming, after all, is one of …

Natural Christmas Decorating: Beyond the Lights

Looking for some natural Christmas decorating options for your porch and yard? If something more organic than strings of lights hanging from the eaves sounds good to you …

Help Your Houseplants to Thrive this Winter

Taking care of houseplants is a labor of love.  But as winter approaches, it’s important to keep in mind that …

What to Bring in Your Backcountry Pack

Every day more and more people are learning about the joys of ski touring, splitboarding, and even snowmobiling in …

Jackson Hole Getaways

Jackson Hole has some of the best outdoor activities, getaways, and excursions anyone could ask for. From the world-class …

Skiing Teton Pass

Teton Pass is a local favorite due to the high altitude starting point, easy touring and …

Holiday Lighting Tips from TLC

You still have time to turn your home into a winter wonderland …

El Nino Weather Predictions

Rumor has it that Jackson might still be lacking in snowfall this season due to …

Heart Healthy Snow Shoveling

Winter is one of our favorite times of the year, bringing amazing recreation, stunning views of our valley, and a lighter workload.  Most people living in our area are huge fans of the winter season, but with snow come a few home maintenance problems that can be less than great for your body.  One of […]

Cutting Your Own Christmas Tree

Christmas trees are one of our favorite aspects of the holiday season.  The smell it brings into your home, spending quality family time decorating and simply just sitting back to enjoy how beautiful your tree looks are all some of our favorite holiday memories.  My favorite part of the entire Christmas tree process by far […]

Burning Slash Piles

It has been a cold last few days here in Teton Valley, with temps close to zero becoming the norm.  With the cold temperatures and the amount of snow we have received, it is the perfect time to start getting ready to burn those piles of leftover yard waste, tree limbs, and other clean combustible items.  We […]

How to Pick the Perfect Christmas Tree

Christmas time is right around the corner and even though it might be a little early to start thinking about your Christmas tree ensuring you get exactly what you want takes a little planning.  Christmas trees come in all different shapes and sizes with each one being extremely unique.  One of my favorite parts of […]

Anti Desiccants and Your Trees

Prevent Winter Damage Don’t wait until it is too late – your trees and shrubs need protection. Winter is harsh. Even the during the mildest winter your trees and shrubs can be devastated. The cold winds, extreme temperatures, heavy snow and weather affect your trees more than you would think.  It is extremely important to […]

Basic Avalanche Safety

Skiing the backcountry is one of the most unique experiences that one can witness.  Being out in the mountains riding untracked lines in the deepest powder is an unbelievable encounter with nature.  Backcountry skiing and riding is becoming extremely popular in the ski industry due to the increase in technology, giving more and more people […]

Do It Yourself: Snow Sculptures

Everyone tends to become a little tired of winter about this time of year and with all the snow piling up in the yard and streets, it makes sense.  Snow drifts can be an unsightly part to a winter yard but can also be used to make a great addition to brighten the hearts of […]