The Jackson Diner

The Best Of The Tetons

“The King”

  Snow King Mountain sits on Jackson’s southeast boundaries. By the early 1900s skiing was established as a way to get around the valley during the long winter months. As transportation improved, skiing changed from a necessity to winter recreation.The hill now known as Snow King offered an ideal location for skiing. It was conveniently located right in town, and its lower slopes were sparsely forested due to a forest […]

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To Bee

‘Tis dawn as the warmth of the sun embraces every being on earth; As high up on the branches of the butter fruit tree – there thrives a golden hive, That’s camouflaged amongst the green fruits and the thicket of leaves. The warmth of the sun’s splendor spreads into the hive -into every cell and chamber, As the hive glows and sparkles in strange hues of golden light and amber. […]

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 Cherry blossom The cherry blossom  is Japan’s national flower and is  synonymous with the word flower. Generally, the cherry blossom is a felicitous symbol. Yet there is also a dark side. To old-time samurai, there was no greater glory than to die on the battlefield like scattered cherry blossoms. Resplendent in full bloom, cherry blossoms seldom last more than a week, and they are easily swept away with one strong […]

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In Transit

 In Transit Freight training town to town, location in transition. Sidewalks provide respite.  Won’t be here very long so stop and join me for a song. Mister business man loosen your tie, we all know you’ve got a tune inside.  Drop a dime, keep in time, join me in this song. Tomorrows another day, another sidewalk, another park bench, maybe a corner table in a coffee shop.  Who knows, who […]

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