Tower fly day number two for Jackson Hole’s Teton lift went smoothly with crews setting the remaining six towers in less than two hours. Some of the top and bottom terminal parts were also flown up the hill while the helicopter was here. With road access at both terminals, I don’t expect to see any more heli work on this project. Lower Valley Energy is currently running power to the top drive terminal site from Casper and the first lift cabin arrived from Doppelmayr. Footings for the bottom terminal are about halfway done. See below for more pictures of today’s flying.