THERE ARE SO MANY INTERESTING THINGS TO DO during summers in Jackson Hole that it exhausts me even to contemplate them all. Unfortunately I usually wear myself out doing outdoorsy things like hiking and fly fishing such that I'm too tired do many other, more sedentary offerings. Today I made an exception and went with a good friend and fellow-mediator to the Murie Center in Moose to hear a lecture on environmental conflict resolution. It was a lovely afternoon gathering in the front yard of the late Mardy and Olaus Murie home. Brought back many memories from my early days in Jackson Hole when I would occasionally dine with the old timers, Shirley and Frank Craighead and Mardy Murie out on Antelope Flats near Moose. That was the day of real old Wyoming. Today I went back to a vestige of those earlier times. Great fun and almost no mosquitoes!