Jackson, Wyoming is one of the most scenic places in the United States. Surrounded by popular national parks and ski resorts, Jackson is the town in the valley of Jackson Hole. It is not a large town. In fact, the average commute to work in Jackson takes about 12 minutes.
The region is well known for its natural beauty, and for some of its wildlife. The National Elk Refuge, the largest in North America, is located just outside of Jackson. In the winter there can be up to 90,000 elk there. The elk shed their antlers, and local boy scouts collect them. Then, every year, on the third Saturday in May, the only public auction of elk antlers in North America takes place in the Jackson Town Square. Proceeds from the auction go toward food for the elk.
Jackson Hole is a popular tourist area. There a