USB Memory Direct Review

USB Memory Direct Custom Drives

I was recently approached by USB Memory Direct to share my thoughts on their custom USB drives. The products themselves make for great keepsakes, as well as everyday use for my household! Read on to check out my thoughts.

USB Memory Direct sent me a beautiful batch of their Tower Wood Flash Drives in 8gb to work with, and while 8gb may not be very much by today’s standards, I was reminded that that size can still function quite well in every day usage.… Keep reading...

Where’s the Wildlife – April

Sunrise at Oxbow Bend on a cold April morning

April is a time of noticeable change in Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. With the winter finally beginning to thaw on a larger scale, many animals have begun moving around and shifting their patterns to other parts of the valley. This is also helped by melting snow, leaving much of the valley open for grazing and digging.… Keep reading...

Where’s the Wildlife? – March

Clouds passing over Teton Mountains after sunrise

Bald Eagles

Bald eagles will not have changed much in terms of behavior in the last couple of months, so look for them along rivers such as the Snake and Gros Ventre Rivers.

A bald eagle flying over a break in the ice and snow

Beavers and Otters

With increasing snowpack beavers and otters will be difficult to find, though otters can still be found where winter’s grip has loosened a bit thanks to warming temperatures.… Keep reading...

Where’s the Wildlife – February

Heavy wind blowing snow over Jackson Hole

On most years, February is the snowiest month, solidifying winter’s grip by blanketing the landscape with poundings of snow. If wildlife wasn’t struggling by this point, they will be now. Though temperatures have warmed up slightly from January, the end of winter still feels like it’s way out of reach.

Bald Eagles

Bald eagles are frequently seen flying along the Snake River and its tributary, the Gros Ventre River.… Keep reading...

Where’s the Wildlife? – January

January and the new year usher in typically dry weather and blistering cold. This creates a lot of great opportunity for frigid portraits of wildlife, as well as landscapes in a deep freeze. Most of the hunting in the area has ended by this time, so many animals have returned to their more natural habits and comfortable habitats.… Keep reading...