February 15, 2009

Worm Friendly Jackson Hole

Update on the apples: still whole. No change. Moving on.

I just got back from one of the coolest (literally!) places ever: Jackson, Wyoming. We skied the longest steepest mountains I've ever seen at Jackson Hole resort- check out their mountain cams.

We stayed at the comfortable and friendly Wyoming Inn. Free continental breakfast in the morning, soup and sandwiches in the afternoon, and fresh-baked cookies every night- plus super comfortable pillow-topped beds to die for.

We snowmobiled with our guide Mike (listed first in the Guide page of the link) through the Tetons to the hot springs. The changing rooms had no heat (yikes!), and I broke my vegetarian ways for one day to eat the most delicious steak EVER (please don't revoke my membership, PETA!)

We hung out on the saddles at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and ate Mexican at the The Merry Piglets.

You are asking yourself: what does this have to do with worms?
What is your problem with sticking to the topic, Lilliworm?

I've got news for you: Jackson is one of the greenest vacation towns I've ever visited- I bet they would love my herd of worms to gobble up their organic scraps!

Not only does Jackson Hole love public transportation and have shuttles full of people darting all over, many of the hotels are quite eco-friendly and way into recycling, and the restaurants love to brag about their local naturally raised meat (sorry again, PETA!).

Winter vacations rule!

3 comments:

Terri said...

It sounds like you had a great time! And yes, I'll bet they would love your worms!

JenGreen said...

Your blog looks cool! Thanks for coming over to look at mine! I loved seeing your apple experiment.

Lilli said...

Thanks, JenGreen- your blog has one of the most original names I've ever heard :)