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Under Construction Update

As we move further into winter and most of my outdoor adventures are curtailed I am refocusing on building up my inventories for the upcoming Spring 2019.  I am working on a number of new flutes as I write this post and all with have affordable price points.  I have in the works a new Native American Style Catlinite pipe, and of coarse I will be working on Photographic moments.  Here is a short list of what I have going on…

UNDER CONSTRUCTION LIST

  • Alaskan Yellow Cedar with Sapodilla Rails – 1″ Bore Key D 440 Hz – being tuned now.
  • Port Orford Cedar with Sapodilla Rails – 1″ Bore Key D 432Hz – being finished now – Semi-Gloss
  • Large Bore Port Orford Cedar with Totem Rail – to be determined
  • Alaskan Yellow Cedar – 1″ Bore, walnut inlay in finishing
  • Black Walnut – 1 1/8″ large bore flute, in glue up – beautiful blank
  • Alaskan Yellow Cedar – Walnut totem rails, walnut inlay cutting edge in shaping
  • Alaskan Yellow Cedar – to be painted Gun Metal Blue, 7/8″ Bore G 440Hz, Maple totem rails, in final sanding before paint

Port Orford Cedar with Sapodilla Totem Rails

Big Red

Alaskan Yellow Cedar painted True Red with acrylic paint and finished with high gloss lacquer.  Just about ready for a home.  Click here for more information.

Reclaimed ASH

Just about ready for glue up is this reclaimed piece of ASH that is from a very old hand hewn beam I picked up a few years ago.  The sister to this flute can be seen here.  This flute blank set has been bored with a 7/8″ bore and features a Iron Wood Cutting Edge inlay.  Plans for this flute is for it to be an F# but there is still time to make a change if you are interested.  This flute could be an F, F#, G or G# I am thinking.  The fetish will be our whimsical otter fetish and attached with our hand-cut Wyoming Bison lace.

Any of these flutes can be reserved or pre-purchased before they are complete.  If you have interest please reach out to me via email @ “sales@jacksonholetim.com”.

Digital Photography

Winter months are upon us and I will be looking for those secret shots that come every winter.  Most everything I shoot that I think is worth is available for print or digital download.  I will be working hard this winter to update our photographic section of Jacksonholetim.com.

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CHRISTMAS PHOTO SPECIAL OFFER

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL FROM JACKSONHOLETIM.COM

 

DIGITAL DOWNLOAD $9.95

16×24 Preformatted Digital Download of one of the most commented photos from this Fall. Taken in the Gros Ventre River Basid looking upon the Teton Range.
 
Download and save to your Desktop or create a folder to save to. When you are ready you can print it yourself or upload to your favorite Online Photographic Provider such as a COSTCO.com, Bayphoto.com or other.
 
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Morning Coffee…

This morning as we got ready for our morning journey into Jackson Hole I filled my cup twice… once for a quick wake up cup and a second time to fill my thermos cup before heading out.  We were heading into Jackson Hole for a very very important appointment… that is to say Peyton had an appointment with her favorite hair salon…Tori’s Salon.  As usual I made the choice to find other things to do while she was beautifying her locks…  So I with camera in tow headed to a local coffee shop for a refill and then north out of town.

It was late morning already and the sky was clear and bright so not really the best light for picture taking although stunningly beautiful in all directions.   Where should I go I thought and the next thing I knew I was headed up the Gros Ventre River.  This river runs a long ways back into the wilderness.  Over 74 miles long it is.  It’s final destination is a meet up with the Snake River.  The Gros Ventre river drainage was at one time one of the main routes in and out of the valley that is now Jackson Hole.

Before 1800, the only people who traveled into Jackson Hole were the Native American tribes who spent the summer months hunting the wildlife in the valley and the area surrounding it.  Among the tribes that trailed through the valley were the Shoshoni, Crow, Blackfeet, Bannock, and Gros Ventre.  THIS is Lewis and Clark country!  For those mountain men who hunted and trapped in this area, names like John Colter, Jim Bridger, Jedediah Smith, David Jackson, William Sublette and later on men like Beaver Dick called this area home for a time.

Today the Gros Ventre drainage is one of the most beautiful places to travel to fish, hunt, hike, explore or just chill by a mountain lake or stream and just enjoy the moment.  Today I only had an hour and a half to get some pictures.  These are some of what I saw during my short journey into this mountain range.  The only bad things about this trip was I quickly ran out of coffee and time… in just that order too.  It was time to head back to Jackson to pick up my bride and head home.  Below was my view back to civilization.   I am sure the Gros Ventre will be waiting for my return… very soon I hope.

THIS IS AUTHENTIC WYOMING!

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New Business and Collateral Cards

 

AUTHENTIC WYOMING

Just completed are our new business cards and collateral rack cards.  After creating a new business card with a new theme and changing it many times I have settled on final design.  Although these images do not do these new collateral advertising pieces they came out great.  I wanted to capture the some of the flavor that Wyoming and the Yellowstone Basin delivers.  Wyoming simply offers some of the best eye candy God ever laid his artful hand on.

If you would like one of my business cards sent to you or some of our collateral rack cards for your store or gallery let me know.  I want to share with the world what I see every day living here.  I want to share “Authentic Wyoming” with you!  Contact me by email “Sales@Jacksonholetim” or call me (307) 690-0427.

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7 New Greeting Cards Added to Collection

After carefully reviewing hundreds of images I have select these 7 new images to add to our Greeting Card Collection.  This brings the choices to a total of 16 cards in all.  Again these are 5×7 Folded format cards with envelopes.  Each card will ship with their own protective clear sleeve.  $3.85 per card plus shipping.

RETAILERS WANTED!

Do you own a retail store that sells Greeting Cards?  Reach out to us via email to “sales@jacksoholetim.com”

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Greeting Cards Are Here

Recently I announced I had selected 9 of my favorite images of Wyoming and the Yellowstone Basin to be made into folded Greeting Cards.  Well the first order is now here ready to ship.  This cards are 5×7 folded with a blank interior for your message and credits on the back.  Each card ships with it’s own envelope for mailing.  These are printed on a really nice card stock and the images are fairly impressive.  Shop them now right here on Jacksonholetim.com.

Retailers Wanted

If you like what you see and you have a retail shop or Online business we want to talk to you.  These greeting cards would be a great value add to your shop.  If interested reach out to Tim Jennings at Sales@Jacksonholetim.com.  We want to earn your business!

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Award Winning Photo Ordered In Metal

A Wyoming Cowgirl and Her Horse

Ordered and On It’s Way

A Girl & Her Horse

I have just placed an order for our “Wyoming Cowgirl and Her Horse” photo taken last summer at the Jackson Hole Polo Fields.  This award winning photo will be available for shipping early next week.  We have order this in a 16″ x 24″ format and it is being printed on Metal.

This photo embodies everything good about Wyoming, Horses and the young women that help make up this great state.  We are blessed to live in a place that is… well simply beautiful in every way.

This image is available to be purchased and printed in a variety of paper, metal and acylic mounts.  I have this image in my shop as it is truly one of my favorites.  If you want to inquire about image prints please call (307) 690-0427 or complete the simple form below and I will get back to you.

Metal prints can be hung on your favorite wall as is or they can be placed in a custom frame.  This image is also available as part of our 5×7 Greeting Card collection for $3.95 per card which will also be available starting next week.

Available for purchase now on Jacksonholetim.com.

Image is priced at $176.00 (metal print only) plus shipping.

Custom Print Inquiry

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3 New Greeting Cards Added to Selection

Folded Gift Cards

We have just ordered our first series of Jackson Hole Tim gift cards.  These cards will be 5×7 inches and come with a plain white envelope for mailing.  The back of the cards have credits while the inside of the cards are blank.  You write and share any message you desire.  We have three new images for a total of 9 Greeting Card choices.  All images were taken Timothy Jennings here in the Jackson and Western Wyoming area.  They will be available shortly on our website right here for $3.95 per card plus shipping.

Retailers Wanted

If you own a retail store and would like inquire about carrying some or all of our gift cards please contact Timothy Jennings by email “sales@jacksonholetim”.  Wholesale pricing available.

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Jackson Hole Tim Greeting Cards On Their Way

Folded Gift Cards

We have just ordered our first series of Jackson Hole Tim gift cards.  These cards will be 5×7 inches and come with a plain white envelope for mailing.  The back of the cards have credits while the inside of the cards are blank.  You write and share any message you desire.  All 6 of these images were taken Timothy Jennings here in the Jackson area.  They will be available shortly on our website right here for $3.95 per card plus shipping.

Retailers Wanted

If you own a retail store and would like inquire about carrying some or all of our gift cards please contact Timothy Jennings by email “sales@jacksonholetim”.  Wholesale pricing available.

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Morning Coffee, Butch Cassidy Country…

It has been some time since I posted a Morning Coffee post so I hope you like the first one for Spring 2018.  Living in Wyoming offers so many opportunities for one with a camera.  This mornings journey began around 4:30 am when my alarm went off.  I popped out of bed, made some coffee, woke Peyton and got my camera gear together, jumped in the truck and headed south west.  This morning’s adventure would take us about 50 miles to the Bear Valley area and just west of Montpelier Idaho.  For those of you who grew up in the 70’s you may remember the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid with Robert Redford and Paul Newman.

This is Butch Cassidy country for sure.  Butch Cassidy was known to summer just a few miles from our home here in Star Valley Wyoming but that story is for another post.  Montpelier Idaho is not only home to one of the best Oregon Trail museums in the country as this town was a major hub for those heading west it is also home to a bank that was robbed by the infamous Butch Cassidy and his merry band of men.  August 13, 1896 was a very bad day for the Montpelier Bank as Butch managed to rustle up more than $16,500 in Gold, Silver and Currency.  A good days haul for his criminal band for sure.

But this was not my intended destination this day.  I was actually heading to the south west end of Bear Lake to a place where an old School house sits that I have wanted to photograph for some time.  Not sure when it was built but I have been told it was well before the turn of the century.  This school house sits right on one of the main pathways of the Oregon Trail and it seems to be in pretty good shape considering all the long winters that have attempted to rob this place of its soul.

Peyton and I arrived, coffee cups empty, and waited for our 10 minute window to get some pictures in the early morning light.  I have waited for a morning like this for over 3 weeks as we have had days of clouds, rain and thunderstorms.  However this morning was absolutely beautiful.  We pulled up to the school house and I did my thing and ten minutes later we were back in the truck heading back home.  On the way back through Montpelier I snapped this picture of the Butch Cassidy museum that sits right on main street across from where the bank robbery occurred.  If you ever plan a trip to the Yellowstone Basin put Montpelier and the Bear Valley in your travel plans.  You won’t be disappointed.