An iconic lodge known worldwide by guests who often used it to celebrate once-in-a-lifetime milestones burned down in November, shortly before celebrating its 30th anniversary. Now, the owners of Jackson’s highly regarded Rusty Parrot Lodge and Spa are looking to make 30 a year to rebuild instead of celebrate.

“We will rebuild and be back and work on our tradition of service and character and the reputation we’ve built up over 29 years now,” co-owner Brandon Harrison said during a phone call with the Wyoming Business Report. “Hopefully we’re rebuilding on our 30th anniversary.”

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