You don’t need fancy gear to prepare a tasty and healthy meal
By Tom Castrigno
It may seem strange to go on a ski getaway when you already live in a ski town. Nonetheless, our friend in Jackson, Wyoming encouraged us to pay him a visit. We visited Teton and Yellowstone National Parks during the summer to experience the wide variety of natural wonders in the area. Now it was time to see the place as it slept beneath a fluffy white mantel of snow.
We skinned, hiked and skied off of Teton Pass and in Grand Teton National Park for five days. Each day brought a different outdoor experience. At the end of the day, we returned to our friend’s studio apartment to dry out our gear, look at our route on a topo map and make something to eat —not much different from being on a hut trip. (more…)