Carol and I returned to Camp Teton for the winter season the third week of October. Always good to return, but there is always alot of work. Trying to squeeze a summer's worth of yardwork in before the ground freezes is tough. The bitch is that we never really get to see the results. We leave just when the crocuses are blooming and the daffodils and tulips are in good foliage, but without flower. And when we get back, the leaves have just fallen or are about to be. I feel like I'm in a perpetual winter here - no green season at all. Weird.
This is April 07, a few days before we left for Alaska:
The snow is being kind thus far and the season total for Grand Targhee is already over 100". Watch for the rocks still if you don't have your rock skis. Jackson Hole is mostly open, too.
Its supposed to snow a bit on Thursday with possibly some good accumulation on Saturday, but I'm not holding my breath. The consistent snow this season has been great, though. Not huge dumps and only one real double digit day so far but 3-6 every day really adds up and makes for some fine early season skiing.
I wonder if this blog software does an auto date. It is Wed, Dec 12.