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- Jackson Hole Community School 6
- Teton Adaptive 4
- Jackson Hole Moose Hockey 3
- NOLS 2
- Teton County School District 2
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The last of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode still has interviews...
Luther Propst (64) and Kasey Mateosky (67) sit down for an in-person One Small Step Conversation in Jackson, Wyoming.
We discussed my parents first meeting and the beginning moments for each of the four siblings.
Bryce Christiaens (41) interviews his mentor, Gerald W Marks (81), about his career in the Cooperative Extension Service.
Husband and wife, John E. Smith, Jr. (64) and Carol E. Smith (65), recall and reminiscence the details of their love story.
Sahna Ballek [no age given] shares a conversation with her father, Len Ballek [no age given], about how he met her mother. They also talk about adoption and their relationship as father and daughter.
In this interview, conducted on November 25, 2018 in Fairfax Virginia, Grace Yang interviews her neighbor Patti Burke about her childhood. Mrs. Burke shares stories about her life as a military child and about her family. At the end of...
Spending summers on a ranch on the Utah -Wyoming border as a child.
In this episode I sit down with Joe Stone, Director of Mission at Teton Adaptive and a C7 partial quadriplegic, Pierre Bergman a T7 paraplegic, John Zendler an amputee, about language and asking about disabilities. I also sit down with...
Morgan Zipf-Meister (39) interviews new friend Peg Ostlund (69) about her mother Mary Virginia Ryan Ostlund, who served as a Navy nurse during the Korean War.
William "Bill" McMurrin (71) interviews his friend Timothy "Tim" Bywater (80) about his experience working as both a seasonal park ranger with the National Park Service and an English professor. They also talk about their friendship and Timothy's family.
Betty Herringshaw (86) talks with her daughter, Linda Lander (64) and granddaughter, Becca Brubaker (26) about her life
Mrs. Schmidt had a husband who sadly died. But she said that before he died of a sickness she was in the senior choir. She dropped out to take care of her husband. But she had said that he had...
I talked with my dad about his early years while still at home. We talked about his brother and sister, and about some of the early jobs he had.
One Small Step conversation partners Dolores Sheff (63) and Nancy Jones (70) discuss voting for different parties, but sharing many common interests and opinions around being compassionate towards others, education, money in politics, abortion, gun control, anti-depressants and joy.
Maureen Lewiston (66) interviews her friend Elle Harris (30) about her experiences working as a packer for the U.S. National Park Service.
Newly graduated from the University of Virginia, Tom Fishburne had no idea what he wanted to do. Most of his friends were moving to Atlanta with jobs already set up, but he wanted to do something different. So, he turned...
Dave Smith (75) and his wife, Pam Smith [no age given], discuss their high school relationship, share memories, and recount how they reconnected years later.
John Juan Sanchez (70) speaks with his daughter Stephanie Sanchez (41) about his family history and upbringing in Mexico and the U.S.
Lynden L. Kidd (59) talks to her daughter, Sophia L. Marcinowski (16), about her summer duties at the family ranch, their family history in Jackson, and the connection 6 family members have to one chapel.