National Geographic : 2004 Nov
hsz rcb u .8c~zt C: S t C-N w; kc s~~ye 9 Ci~9 tr~PV.o "Much of our day is spent on skis or snow Sshoes in the b ackcountryy" says Jackson Hole High School teacher Greg Houda. He's a leader of the five-day art and literature workshop, which, says sophomore All Kornblum, has changed the way she sees the place she thought she knew. "Until you sit outside for a few hours by yourself," Kornblum ex plains. "You don't appreci ate how great Wyoming is." lan McGregor, a senior, knows what All means. Like most local kids, he'd come to TSS often on field trips, even attended summer courses at the Kelly campus. When he realized this year's work shop would be his last student visit, he promised himself he'd return-as an adult. lan says, "This place inspires you to do more than you thought e you could:" E WEBSITE EXCLUSIVE Find more 83011 images along with field notes and resources at nationalgeo graphic.com/magazine/0411. Tell us why we should cover YOUR FAVORITE ZIP CODE at nationalgeographic.com/ magazine/zipcode/0411. SUEPERIN;TREEARTBYWILL SCHWARTZ: LEAFARTBY CAMILLEDAVIS *- Uti s. ^Y^ -^t Ir? J~ih : I .a^e ''*"i -. ( < Y .<.. * -. vX 1 ^ ^.^ "