Welcoming Winter

As the snow settles into Jackson Hole, turn on some holiday music, light a candle, and prepare for the long winter ahead. Though the weather is frightful, with a few simple changes to your entryway, your home will be ready to welcome guests all winter long. 

Share the warmth

This time of year, local non-profits host coat drives where participants donate old or outgrown gear. Consider cleaning out the coat closet while helping out a good cause and donate to St.John’s Episcopal Church or the Browse & Buy. Donating will warm your heart while clothing those most in need in our community!

Stop snow in its tracks

Wipe the snow and slush off your boots using a stylish new doormat. Stopping the dirt outdoors leads to less cleanup and entryway upkeep. While you’re at it consider adding a stool or bench near your doorway so guests can slide their boots off instead of tracking puddles through the house. Here are some of our favorites:

Howdy Rug from MADE
Bench from Belle Cose
Stool from Nest at Home JH

Savor scents of the season

Evergreen, cranberry, and warm spices wrap this season in memorable scents. Whether you choose a candle or diffuser, curate your selection to reflect the holiday decor and create a full sensory experience. This year, we’ll be testing stovetop potpourri as a natural and classic alternative!

Hang up and hang out

Keep necessities at hand while controlling clutter. Organize coats, scarves, and beanies with a catch-all basket and coat hook. Bonus: small gloves are harder to lose when they are given a home!

Coat Rack from Nest at Home JH
Nesting Baskets from 22Home

Home Image: 5725 N Fish Creek – Contact Barbara Andrews 307-413-6620 for more information



November 8th wrapped up election season and campaigners across Teton County took a collective sigh of relief. While everyone shifted their attention to post-election work, no group was more excited than the 15 SPET initiatives which, for the first time, all received passing votes. 

What is SPET?

SPET stands for Special Purpose Excise Tax also known as the “6th cent tax”. Through SPET, a penny of all sales in Teton County goes into a fund for projects and initiatives voted upon by the community. Interestingly, tourists contribute over 50% of our SPET funds and in the past, SPET funding has contributed to water quality, community safety, and more!

What passed?

This year, all 15 SPET initiatives passed, meaning over $150 million will go towards SPET projects. You can read about each SPET item here:

What does that mean for Teton County?

Gradually, SPET initiatives will access their funding and projects will come to fruition. With land and plans ready to roll, Central Wyoming College’s Jackson Center will likely be the first project to construction with others close behind.

SPET is an opportunity unique to Teton County where the community gets an active voice in improvements. This year’s SPET projects will bring:

  • Safe routes to schools, a park-n-ride facility, and greater access to public transportation
  • Expanded higher education programs
  • ADA and pedestrian accessibility improvements in the Town of Jackson
  • Preserved public access, state lands, and scenic spaces
  • Community solar, energy conservation, and emission reduction projects
  • Water quality improvements



With opening day just around the corner (November 25th, mark your calendars), it’s time to get excited about all the winter activities and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has a handful of events and activities planned to get you out of the house and into the snow. 

Seasonal Events – The JHMR events docket is sure to please the youngest of kids to the grumpiest of grandfathers! With occasions spanning skiing with Santa, free ice skating, New Years’ fireworks, and an art installation emulating the Northern Lights, you’re sure to find something for everyone. Events:

Snow Sports – If you’re here for the powder, purchase lift tickets as soon as possible and save when you plan early. If you’re really committed, get the full use out of a season pass by securing yours close to opening day and shredding all season long. 

Lift tickets:

Season Pass:

Sightseeing – Plan a date or fun family adventure to the top of the mountain! The aerial tram will be open for limited hours on November 26th and 27th allowing visitors to take in 360-degree views of the Tetons, a peek at Corbet’s Couloir, and delicious waffles at Corbet’s Cabin. This experience is only available for a short time so make those memories while you can.

Tram Sightseeing:


Keller Williams Luxury Magazine – Jackson Hole

Keller Williams Jackson Hole is delighted to be on the cover of this quarterly Unique Homes publication featuring our spectacular Indian Springs residence, Eagle Crest. Read more about this unique home on pages 5-6 and learn more about our local office and our incredible Bar B Bar listing in the Wyoming section of the magazine. Explore more, including featured listings in Shootin Iron Ranch, the town of Jackson and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

More than just a magazine, this media platform consists of print, digital and online components. Complete with compelling lifestyle editorial, it offers a best-in-class representation for luxury listings with significant distribution channels. 

Print: A national print run of 20,000+. Distribution includes:

• Direct mailed to a proprietary list of consumers nationwide, targeting homes valued at $5 million and up.

• Direct mailed to contacts of KW Luxury Agents around the country.

• Polybagged with Unique Homes in bookstores in the U.S.

• Sent to KW Luxury Division Members and KW Luxury Market Centers.


• The digital version of KW Luxury Magazine is inserted into the Unique Homes digital magazine, which is distributed globally.

• The digital version is sent to KW luxury agents and can be placed on blogs, social media and agent websites.


• All advertised properties are uploaded to for one year. includes 45,000 luxury homes located in the U.S. and 75 additional countries.

• Contract advertisers receive a username/password to add unlimited properties to for 1 year.