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Jackson Hole year in pictures 2019

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With a real estate license in Wyoming and Idaho I’m able to help Buyers and Sellers over 181,460 square miles. However, my effective range is a bit smaller – basically from Teton Valley, Idaho, in the west to the national parks in the north to Pinedale in the east and Star Valley in the south – but still covers a good bit of scenery.

Today’s blog post is a look at where the truck stopped in 2019. Enjoy. What part of this amazing part of the country do you want to explore with me in 2020?

View from atop Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in January.
Showing property in February was a bit challenging with most of them buried in snow.
When the snows finally slowed, a sparkly blanket of white covered Town of Jackson.
Hotel Terra in April after a long winter season that saw record rental income for condo-tel property owners.
Lost Creek Ranch north of Jackson reopens for guests and residents in May.
Hog Island as seen from Little Horsethief Canyon in June.
In June, the Hoback River runs past this Hoback Junction property that featured about 200 feet of river frontage near the confluence with the Snake River.
Stagecoach rides around Town Square begin in July.
Bar BC Ranch residents enjoy views of the confluence of the Snake River and Gros Ventre River.
Returning to my home base of Jackson Hole from Teton Valley, Idaho in September, I snapped this picture from just below the summit of Teton Pass.
The leaves were just starting to turn in October when I took this shot of Glory Bowl while showing property in Wilson.
West Jackson lights up as the sun goes down on the Tetons in November.
And in December the center of the Jackson Hole universe returns to Teton Village, where it was possible to see Hotel Terra, Mangy Moose Saloon, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and Crystal Springs in one glance.

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