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September 5, 2005
The layout is a little odd. You can tell that the two-bedroom unit was made from two motel rooms. As we entered the door of our two-bedroom upstairs unit, there was a bathroom on the left, and to the right, a place to hang coats, store skis, etc. The kitchen, dining area, and living room are a straight shot, completing the first motel unit. The other former motel unit is taken up by two bedrooms and another bath. They obviously didn’t move the plumbing, as both bathrooms are in the front of the unit, making the bath a little inconvenient for someone staying in the second bedroom.
The furniture is rough log. The bedrooms were nice, but the master bath was rather small. The living room furniture wasn’t as nice. The rocker was so rickety that we were afraid to sit in it. The dining table was large and would comfortably seat six people
The kitchen is large and well equipped. I cooked Christmas dinner in it. The appliances were all in good shape.
We took a small Christmas tree, a string of lights, and some cheap ornaments with us. We set it up on the end table near the window. We often walked in the evening and returned through the alley to see it merrily beckoning us "home." The parking is off the street in front of the units, typical of older small motels.
If you are looking for a resort with many activities, this is not the place for you. It does make a good base for the many winter and summer activities to be found in Jackson Hole. We enjoyed our stay.
From journal Christmas in Jackson
January 16, 2004
From journal A view from the hill