The New West: Best Advice for Jackson Hole
When I made my first visit to the valley in the early 1980s and then after I moved here mid-decade, Jackson Hole was a very different “place.”
A trophy home costing seven figures to build was so anomalous that everyone in town talked about it. There was no affordable housing crisis or gated subdivisions with security guards. The runway at Jackson Hole Airport was shorter and the planes that landed smaller. Strutting sage grouse outnumbered the count of landing Lear jets.
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