Goatstock Benefit & Fundraiser for Jimmy Zell this Saturday

Written by admin on September 30, 2009 – 6:00 am -

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Come support our friend Jimmy Zell this Saturday October 3rd at Goatstock.  For more info visit the Stone Table website.


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101 Things To Do in Yellowstone / Teton / Jackson Hole Country: Wildlife

Written by wade on September 28, 2009 – 6:00 am -

American bison, popularly called buffalo, Grand Teton in background; Bob Woodall photo

101 Things To Do: Vacation Adventures in Mountain Country            Photo: Bob Woodall

Great idea #3

Slow down and watch for wildlife—Sometimes called the American Serengeti, YNP and GTNP are home to bison, elk, deer, moose, grizzly and black bear, wolves, mountain lion, wolverine, osprey, eagles, and a myriad of other small animals, too. Go early in the morning and keep your eyes peeled. Lamar and Hayden valleys in YNP are sure bets for bison. Moose frequent willowed bottomlands. Be careful, though, and never approach or feed wildlife. For great results, take a wildlife tour with qualified guides.

For more great ideas, click on Mountain Country Adventure Guide.

For details, be sure to visit the many great information centers found in our parks and gateway towns.


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Teton Boulder Project

Written by admin on September 25, 2009 – 10:42 am -

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Teton Boulder Project presents an evening with Jack Tackle, Conrad Anker and Steve House tomorrow night, 6pm at Center for the Arts.  The Teton Boulder project is a grass-roots partnership between the Town of Jackson, Teton County Parks & Rec and the Teton climbing community that seeks to create a bouldering garden at the base of Snow King Mountain. Come out for an evening of beer, food and slideshows to support The Teton Boulders. All proceeds to benefit The Teton Boulder Project. For more information visit www.tetonboulders.org


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TGR re:Session Movie Premiere

Written by admin on September 21, 2009 – 3:53 pm -

The September 19th World Premier of Teton Gravity Research’s newest ski flick re:Session was as always a major fall event.

The rock stars of the ski world converged on Teton Village, Wyoming and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to celebrate the upcoming winter season and view TGR’s latest and greatest ski extravaganza. The event packed Walk Festival Hall for 2 showings and then rocked the Mangy Moose till the early hours of the morning.

Here are some scenes from inside the hall. If you missed it, too bad! But you can go to www.tetongravity.com for your very own copy of the movie.

So what did you think of the movie?  Send us your comments. —Bob Woodall


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Magic Moments trailer from Storm Show Studios

Written by admin on September 20, 2009 – 6:00 am -

Check out the latest trailer, Magic Moments, from Storm Show Studios.  Visit the Storm Show website for more info on the movie premiere, Friday November 13th in Jackson Hole, WY.

 


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Brad Gamble service on Saturday

Written by wade on September 18, 2009 – 4:58 pm -

Our friend Brad Gamble passed away recently. A memorial service will be held at Nora’s Fish Creek Inn on Saturday, September 19, at 5 p.m.

The following was provided by his family.

Brad will be remembered for his generous spirit, zest for living, and loyalty to his many friends and family. His two brothers and parents, Anne and Walter Gamble of Massachusetts, look forward to welcoming friends at the remembrance gathering. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Bradley’s name may be made to Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, P.O. Box 1770, Manomet, MA 02345.


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Adventure photographer Bobby Model died Wednesday in Cody, WY

Written by admin on September 18, 2009 – 2:28 pm -

Our hearts and thoughts go out to the friends and family of photographer Bobby Model who died in Cody on Wednesday.  Here is the full story from the AP.

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (CP)
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Bobby Model, a noted adventure photographer who suffered a traumatic brain injury more than two years ago in South Africa when a chunk of concrete smashed through the windshield of his car, died Wednesday. He was 36.
Model died at West Park Hospital in Cody after a brief illness, said Sharon Miller, Model’s photo assistant. The cause of death was not immediately available.
Model’s work appeared in National Geographic, Outside, The New York Times and other publications. His assignments took him from the rivers of Burundi in search of a fabled man-eating crocodile to climbing the Nameless Tower of northern Pakistan, one of the world’s largest granite walls.
Model moved to Nairobi, Kenya, in 2004 to better position himself to cover Africa, according to a biography on his Web site. Model’s sister, Faith Model, was driving Bobby when the incident happened in Cape Town, South Africa, in June 2007.
Police opened an investigation but suspended the case when it went cold.
Anne Young, Bobby’s mother, said it was a mysterious tragedy.
"You wonder why this happened. Was it a carjacking? Was it someone trying to feed a starving kid and were desperate?" Young said in an interview with The Associated Press in March 2008. "Maybe it was just a random act – wrong place at the wrong time. We don’t know."
Model was working on a National Geographic photo essay documenting the Baltistan region of Pakistan, site of a border dispute with India, around the time of his injury.
Model underwent treatment in South Africa, New York and Denver before returning to his hometown of Cody in December.
Miller said Thursday that Model’s rapid decline this week was a shock.
"I think he was just working hard, trying to stay positive," she said. "He had a lot of therapies – actively working on speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy – the whole bit. It’s such a traumatic injury, it just requires huge amounts of efforts to get back."
Model landed his first major photography assignment in 1995 when he accompanied renowned rock climber Todd Skinner to the Nameless Tower in northern Pakistan. National Geographic helped fund the journey, on which Model shot memorable images of the granite spire.
In 2006, Model was named a National Geographic Society "Emerging Explorer" because he "braves the most challenging locations to cover the toughest topics – culture, conflict and extreme adventure."
Rebecca Martin, director of the expeditions council at National Geographic, frequently called on Model for adventure assignments.
"You could send him off anywhere and he’d come back with an incredible story," Martin told The Associated Press in March 2008.
On the Net: Bobby Model photography www.m-11.com/
 


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Teton Gravity Research re:Session premiere this Saturday

Written by admin on September 16, 2009 – 11:07 am -

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Teton Gravity Research re:Session premiere this Saturday.  Check out www.tetongravity.com for more info.


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Mountain Bike Teton Pass, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Phillips Ridge, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Friends of Pathways

Written by wade on September 7, 2009 – 6:08 am -


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