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.
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.
Many of you are familiar with Teton Marketing primarily because of our Native American Flutes handcrafted right here in Jackson Hole. Last year we released our first hat that was primarily a hat to help spread the word about the company. Our latest hats should appeal to everyone who lives or visits Jackson Hole Wyoming.
High Altitude Designs from Teton Marketing is a line of active wear clothing that people can use every day living here in Jackson Hole and beyond. Watch for the introduction of clothing, hats and more as they introduce them throughout the summer. Each clothing item is branded with the Teton Marketing logo and appropriate taglines. All logos and taglines are embroidered for a clean tasteful look. We hope you will enjoy each addition as they come available. Each of our hats are designed and made right here in the state of Wyoming, truly Wyoming Made.
The current line of hats come from mostly from the Otto Collection. We currently have available in three hat designs. Adjustable to fit any head. We offer three versions of the hats, all three feature variations of the Teton Marketing Logo, the Wyoming Bucking horse, the state name “Wyoming”, the States Tag Line “Forever West” and of coarse name “Jackson Hole”on the front of the cap.
The current caps are available in jet black, Khaki, and dark Gray in color. These are very nice quality hats and all logos are embroidered, not silk screened. Our newest addition is a new ladies with the popular military style hat. A sample picture of the this new hats style is located below and to the right. If you are interested in one of these new ladies hats email us to reserve one.
OTTO Design – Non-structured cap is made with 100% Cotton. Fully Adjustable using a Velcro adjustment strap on the back of the hat. The Teton Logo and the name “Jackson
Hole” is embroidered on the front of the cap.
Per Hat $34.95 plus shipping
Womans Army Style Cap
100% Cotton Army Style ladies cap. Fully adjustable in back using Velcro adjustment strap. Soft unstructured cap. Logo is embroidered on one side of the front panel and the name Jackson Hole on the other panel.
Per Hat $28.95 plus shipping
Order By Phone
If you wish to place your order by phone please call (307) 690-0427. You can pay for your order using your credit card or we can invoice you via PayPal or send an online invoice to your email address that you can pay online. If you have questions you can also reach out to us via email “email@example.com“.
ABOUT THE LOGO
Inspired by the place we live. The Teton Range is truly one of the most inspiring mountain range in the world. Most people equate the Grand Tetons with Jackson Hole. Our Logo for Teton Marketing is our vision of what we see everyday. Like many of our flute fetishes that tend to be more whimsical, our logo falls comfortably in line with them. We have tried to find a balance between a literal view of the range and their whimsical view. We think they accomplished this.
One of the most iconic images from Jackson Hole is the Teton Range. Although I do not know the percentage – I would guess that most of the photos taken of the Tetons is a frontal shot that is taken from the general vicinity of Antelope Flats. What is so cool about the Tetons is the many faces it has when taken from different locations throughout the valley. Here is the picture of the day taken from a more northern approach. Enjoy and may it bring peace to your day! (click image to enlarge)
Many of you know Teton Marketing because of the Native American Flutes they handcraft right here in Jackson Hole. Teton Marketing is growing and adding new products all the time. Recently they released their first hat that was primarily a hat to help spread the word about the company. Now they add a new hat that should appeal to everyone who lives or visits Jackson Hole.
High Altitude Designs from Teton Marketing is a new line of active wear clothing that people can use every day living here in Jackson Hole and beyond. Watch for the introduction of clothing, hats and more as they introduce them throughout the summer. Each clothing item will be branded with the Teton Marketing logo and appropriate taglines. All logos and taglines will be embroidered for a clean tasteful look. Teton Marketing hopes that you will enjoy each addition as they come available.
The current Teton Marketing hats come from the Otto Collection and they are adjustable to fit any head. There are now offer three versions of the hats, all three versions feature variations of the Teton Marketing Logo, the website address, the Wyoming Bucking horse, the state name “Wyoming”, “Forever West” and of coarse “Jackson Hole”on the back of the cap. All of the current caps are jet black in color. These are very nice hats and all logos are embroidered, not silk screened. Each hat is $23.99 plus shipping. They are planning to add several more hat designs for those of you who love Jackson Hole Wyoming as much as they do. You can Get your Teton Marketing hat today at www.tetonmarketing.com.
About Their Logo
Inspired by the place they live. The Teton Range is truly one of the most inspiring mountain range in the world. Most people equate the Grand Tetons with Jackson Hole. Their Logo for Teton Marketing is their vision of what they see everyday. Like many of their flute fetishes that tend to be more whimsical, their logo falls comfortably in line with them. They tried to find a balance between a literal view of the range and their whimsical view. We think they accomplished this. Visit their website to see other products offered from Teton Marketing…
Wow, hard to believe it is February, 2013 already. I know I keep saying this but time is flying by as they say. After several days of winter weather the sky’s opened up this morning and gave us clear blue sky’s, well with a few clouds floating around. It was 9 degrees at the coffee shop but something makes you seem a lot warmer when you see good ol Mr. Sun.
One more stop at the DOG (Down On Glen) for one of Jackson’s premier breakfast burritos and off we go. Today’s destination was Oxbow Bend and Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park. The pictures above are a very typical morning here in the valley. You never know what will catch your eye when you cruise along. The truck in the pictures is our first brand new Ford F350 which we will be using this spring when we kick off our new Private Party Tours that we will be offering through our website www.tetonmarketing.com. If you are visiting Jackson this summer consider letting us take you out and see some of the things we are blessed to experience every day. More on this in future posts.
The temperatures this morning in Grand Teton National Park was hovering around a comfortable 10 degrees. I say comfortable because there was zero wind and the sun was beaming down bright upon us. Winter in the park can offer some really spectacular vistas and wildlife opportunities for your camera. We had the place to ourselves. We could stop on the road and pretty much do what ever we wanted. We saw several moose but they did not want to cooperate and pose for us. Nothing like a cup of hot coffee and some really spectacular scenery start your day out right. Enjoy…
Wow Christmas has come and gone again! Hard to believe how fast the time seems to pass these days. As many of you know winter came late to the Yellowstone basin this year and for a while we were actually starting to wonder if we would ever see the snow fall. Needless to say it did and it is now cold like it should be with plenty of white stuff on the ground.
This morning as the sun was starting to creep its way over the Wind River Range I decided I was going to get up and grab one of my favorite cups of coffee and head north of town to see what I could find. I had an hour or two to kill so why not. It was a bit over cast and cold to boot. But once my truck warmed up and I had my cup in hand I was all about finding something fun and cool to watch. And as usual I did not disappoint myself.
This morning in short I saw quit a few characters from the neighborhood. I counted more than 25 moose, hundreds of buffalo, deer, elk, eagles, coyotes and more. This was not my first rodeo with taking pics of buffalo but this morning was bit unusual. The female in the slide-show did not want to get out of my way. She just stood fast and stared me down..So after taking a few pics of her I tried to nudge my truck past her and she did not like this. She let me know with a few twitches of her tail and growled at me loud enough to let me know I was getting too close.
Then to the right of me after plowing down a barbed wire fence I saw her boyfriend at a full run coming right at me. At first I was not sure what he was doing but I figured it out quickly. So I swung my camera around, snapped this shot and hit the gas and moved just past him as he passed within feet of my rear bumper. All I could see was this big guy plowing straight into the side of my truck – head first.
For the next hour or so I just marveled at the sheer beauty of this morning and although I was alone I was not… I was surrounded by the majesty of the morning, the mountains, the rising sun and the wildlife that accompanied me on my morning journey. And of coarse, some really solid classic vinyl (XM Radio). I will have to do this again…
Some of you may be wondering what happened to our weekly posts and the truth be told is we have been enjoying the most amazing Fall weather. I can’t remember when the last time we saw such a beautiful, warm, completely awesome Fall in Jackson Hole. Weekends at the lakes with our kids, people still riding their bikes around town and on the trails and more tourists seemed to hang around longer than in years past. Simply a very nice surprise for those of us living in the Yellowstone Basin.
But as we all know the winds of change come quickly when mother nature decides that it is time. One of most unusual things I noticed this fall was the complete lack of snow on the Tetons. It seems that there is always snow somewhere on these majestic peaks but this fall snow was almost devoid of this precious white commodity.
One of the side effects of this wonderful warm weather was the total lack of water that we saw this summer. Jackson narrowly escaped one of the worst fire seasons on record and because of the heroic efforts of so many firemen and state and federal assets Jackson narrowly escape what could have been a tragedy. So with our rivers and streams down and our open spaces brown with thirst this warm fall season left many of the true locals lacking the very basic things they need to survive the upcoming winter. We saw a return of the Bison to the area north of town and it was clear to me that this past spring and summer was good to these herds as their young were everywhere. But the lack of tall grass like we saw last year seems to be on the thin side and so we ponder how they will fair this winter.
One clear sign that pickings are thin were the numerous bears we saw this fall all looking for something to eat. On the Moose Wilson road the Hawthorne bushes that are usually packed with life giving berries simply did not seem to materialize. The lack of water this summer showed clearly how devastating this could be when it came time for these animals to find food in preparation for winter. We watched bears climbing trees and pulling empty berry branches to their mouths eating what ever they could get their paws on (literally).
Another event that fall brings is the beginning of the hunting season. People are pulling permits for Elk, Bear, Antelope, Wolves (new this year), Bison and even birds. Especially for the elk, fall brings the double hazard of foraging for food while hiding from hunters doing the same. Small groups which to me look like little families run for cover after coming out of hiding for a well deserved drink and then it is quickly up the hill side to the safety of the trees. Although I enjoy a good elk steak I enjoy even more seeing these beautiful animals in the wild. Yes Jackson Hole and the surround area is a magical place to live. And with each change in the seasons you definitely know what time of the year it is.
My worry this year is that because of the amazing summer and warm fall weather we have enjoyed, this winter may bring a true struggle for life for all that inhabit the great Yellowstone Basin. Especially for the young, this first winter for them will be the test of how strong they are. Food is scarce and they need these calories to make it through the winter.
As of now they look strong to me, and I am sure the Great Spirit will lift her hand to comfort them and bring them through what is about to come. I leave you with a Native American Flute Song that shares with you a message of peace and hope. Written and produced by Nakoa Heavyrunner, Assiniboine Native American Music Artist, The Honoring is presented first in song, then by Native American Flute, then English and finally one more time in Northern Cree. We too wish all of you peace and good life this winter.
Click to Play “the Honoring”
Over the past couple of days I have ventured north of town with Peyton as every day offers something new and different. No real stories to tell except that Antelope Flats is alive again with activity. We have seen Moose, Coyotes, Buffalo, Elk, Pronghorn Antelope, Deer, Ground Varmints, Badgers, Hawks, Eagles, beautiful vistas – awesome. Spring is definitely a time when all of mother nature is on the move. Although none of these pictures by themselves are spectacular, they are representative of what we see every single morning. Antelope flats is easy to get to and in 1 hour you will be blessed to be surrounded by some of this areas greatest inhabitants. The bears are out and we have ventured into the park to see if we could find them. Yellowstone opens in the next week or so and we will soon be traveling into the parks for more photo fun. Come to Jackson as see what we are talking about. Enjoy…
This morning as I lay in bed trying to drag myself out and head for the gym I pondered what I wanted to do today besides work. My wife and younger daughter were visiting family and my college girl had headed back to school for the final push before she ends her Junior year. The forecast was for rain and snow believe it or not and as I drove to the gym it was still too dark to determine what the morning would hold weather wise.
On my way home from the gym the sky was blue with just a cloud or two and it did not look like weather to me but in this part of the Rockies this is subject to change by the hour. I headed home, changed my clothes, grabbed a camera (wrong lens again) and headed to my favorite coffee shop. Paid for my cup of joe and headed north of town. For the most part all of the snow in the valley is just about gone or melting fast with some patches lying around. As I passed the National Elk Refuge I was surprised to see so many elk just hanging out. But then again, the snow was gone, the sun was out – why not just chill.
One thing that I like about this time of the year is the solitude you can find within a few miles of your home. For the most part I did not run into anyone this morning. Lonely? Nope! I had all of my friends around on this morning. I was surrounded on three sides for a while by three different groups of elk. I wish I had a better lens with me but I hope you can get the picture (so to speak). I sat at one point and watched a very healthy coyote hunt some ground varmints and I actually got a shot of him mid-air as he dived through a snow patch to grab his pray. You can see it in the pics above – very cool thing to watch.
There are no leaves on the trees yet but you can start to see the buds plump up in anticipation of warmer weather. Although I did not get any pics of moose they were hanging around this morning but just too far away for the lens I had. I kind of marveled at the stark contrast of the still brown grass, leafless trees, snow-covered mountains, all against the blue sky. I tried to get some shots that help illustrate this very thing. At one point I just stopped and sat down in the middle of the road and took the shot of the yellow line. All alone for sure!
Some of the other pics came from the Mormon Row area as they had just opened this stretch of road again. Along this small stretch of road you can see all kinds of activity this time of year. This is where I got the shot of the coyote and a couple of lone trees as well. Its funny, this part of the valley is so spectacular at any time of the year and I never get tired of just hanging out up here. Very soon the grasses will start to green up and the trees will burst with color. At just the right time Mother Nature will speak to the wild flowers and summer will be on.
If you are planning to visit this part of the country this summer you need to visit this area at least once while you stay. Feel free to contact me via email if you have questions about where to go while you visit – I am always happy to help share what I know. The summer of 2012 is shaping up to be a fabulous one especially if you are into fishing. Unlike last year when we had record amounts of snow and a very cool spring that left our rivers crazy mad – this year is looking awesome.
Watch for future Morning Coffee posts as the season changes and transforms into summer. We hope to share with you some really cool stuff this year. Feel free to email me at “firstname.lastname@example.org” if you have questions. Oh and one last thing… Please slow down while visiting as we lost 6 moose this winter to automobile accidents. People have been driving way too fast – besides you will miss too much if you are in a hurry.