Just a few quick thoughts–I’ll post more later. I’m currently at Spring Creek Ranch, in Jackson, Wyo., a small resort of rooms, condominiums and executive homes sharing a 1,000-acre wilderness preserve topping a butte, with fabulous Teton Mountain views. Yesterday later afternoon, I went on a wildlife safari in Grand Teton National Park. This is a MUST if you ever stay here: bison, elk, pronghorn, mule deer, fox–we even saw one catch and devour prey, plentiful birds and small mammals, too. And, of course, spectacular scenery. More details later, include the dish on a few great restaurants, including The Granary at Spring Creek–melt-in-my-mouth elk tenderloin paired with sunset over the Tetons, and Couloir, at the gondolar summit station on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Now I’m off to test the spa, then visit the Wildlife Museum and into town, perhaps catch a flick at the Jackson Hole Film Festival, which is currently in session. So much to do, so little time; hence few posts.
Wild about Spring Creek, Wyoming