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  • Monday January 16, 2017
  • Hope in Winter Birds

    Winter is full of beauty and danger, but for me there are a few residents that embody hope, that provide a light in the dark: the winter birds of Jackson Hole.
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  • Friday January 13, 2017
  • Fire and Ice: Yellowstone in the Winter

    Yellowstone is frequently referred to as a land of fire and ice, but to the casual summer observer this may seem only half true. Visiting in the winter, however, is like setting foot onto another planet.
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  • Tuesday January 3, 2017
  • Leaving Our Comfort Zones

    Has anyone ever told you to step outside of your comfort zone when you felt trepidation about doing something new or scary? Ever wondered why spending voluntary time in your growth zone is important?
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  • Monday December 12, 2016
  • Partners in Play

    I always get funny looks as I gather my teaching supplies. Journeys School students shuffling up the snowy path to class shoot me sideways glances. Why would a grown man need so many pool noodles?
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  • Monday December 5, 2016
  • The Places Where We Live

    The places that shape us, permeate our memories, and inform our passions are many and varied. What does it mean to call a place home? What does it mean to connect with a place? What makes a spot special?
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  • Tuesday November 29, 2016
  • The Community Connection: AmeriCorps Capacity Building Projects

    The AmeriCorps members are rock stars in this community. Their arrival at the beginning of each season breathes new life into Coyote Canyon, and their passion and creativity throughout their terms of service add quality to the student experience here at TSS.
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