I’ve been down here in Littleton off and on for about five years, but I’m originally from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I’m a server and bartender at Jake’s Kitchen Table on Main Street. We just opened up about a month-and-a-half ago, …
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I’ve been down here in Littleton off and on for about five years, but I’m originally from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I’m a server and bartender at Jake’s Kitchen Table on Main Street. We just opened up about a month-and-a-half ago, so not that long. But I’ve been working in downtown Littleton for over three years.
It was awesome. It’s like the Aspen of Wyoming, but better, in my mind. It’s a great ski town, with a great atmosphere. It’s gorgeous. It’s not like the rest of Wyoming. It was a great place to grow up, no doubt. I ski-raced growing up, and I taught skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. I was the youngest full-time ski instructor. I also worked at the hospital there as a certified nursing assistant.
I’m a painter, some of my work is on display at Grandpa’s Attic. I also do pretty much any sport you can think of. Climbing, biking. I used to have a motorcycle but I don’t anymore. It was a Honda Shadow 650. I would love another one. It’s a little bit harder here, but in Jackson Hole it was perfect because it’s such a small town. The highway is barely even a highway and there was no traffic. It was just a lot safer.
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