He is the marketing manager at the shop. He’s been in Jacksonhole for over a year now but his parents live there so he’s been in and out for about 20 years. He’s from outside of Chicago but the mountains brought him back. They do boat tours around the river. The high season used to be June-August, but now it’s more like May-October. They are lucky enough that they have a wide variety of native fish in the river to catch. The town was much quieter and not as busy when he would come as a young kid. There is a much larger population than when he was young. He has also seen the amount of tourist sky rocket over the last five years or so. He doesn’t believe that there is much that can be done about expansion, but he thinks that it’s a great place to live.
Diaz, Martha N., "Kel Benson" (2016). The Stories of Greater Yellowstone. 7.
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