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Teton Cribs: Inside the Eco Home of Capt. Bob

There are 6 comments on the Planet Jackson Hole story from May 27, 2009, titled Teton Cribs: Inside the Eco Home of Capt. Bob. In it, Planet Jackson Hole reports that:

Jackson Hole, Wyo.-Everyone has something to say about Capt. Bob Morris. Captain-chatter includes, but is not limited to, his crusade for $2 bills, his tenure with the CIA, his sativa plant endorsements, and his purported affiliation to a certain tobacco company sharing the same last name.

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Nikki Skiles

Willcox, AZ

#1 Jun 14, 2009
Delightful. So glad to hear Capt. Bob is still there. I remember working at the Alpenhof where he would occasionally come in as a customer. it's been 25+ years but he made a lasting and good impression

Johnson City, TN

#2 Jul 28, 2009
I use to live there 25 years ago also and Bob would come into Aggy Garamans store and pass those two dollar bills out too......

Johnson City, TN

#3 Jul 28, 2009
Does Bob still own the radio station?
Jeff McMurray

New York, NY

#4 Apr 24, 2012
I worked for Bob for 3 years from 1979-1982 at KMTN. Love every minute of it. Glad to hear Bob is still around - I've never met anyone like him.


#5 Feb 19, 2013
...i remember 30 years ago when i lived there, bob would come in vista grande and try to exchange susan b. anthony $1 coins for your $1 dollar bills. what a character. heard he had all his furniture hanging in his house so it would be easier to vacum.
Carol A Gauden


#6 Jun 28, 2013
It must be Kismet, Bob Morris. No sooner had I replied to a room rental in a cabin 40-45 minutes away from Jackson Hole and wondering how I could get back and forth for groceries, I see that you've been involved in making hitch hiking legal in Wyoming. How's that for timing, especially since I'm living in England and this is my first approach at finding a summer rental in Wyoming.

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