About

The Lyoness
Idaho and Montana

Bio: I am a little artist girl born in the desert of New Mexico and raised in the high desert and mountains of Idaho. I currently migrate from Idaho to Montana and work for Snake River Hotshots seasonally.

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  1. hi jenna i enjoyed reading your story posted as a tribute for the fallen granite mountain hotshots…
    my nephew brandon bunch was on that crew and stepped down just a few days prior to their accident…..after 4 years with the crew he is very very sad…………my husband lost a cousin in the fire from that crew also……..we have all been touched………..i felt very honored to hug brendan mcdonough today at the funeral of travis carter………bless his heart he has been so brave and strong to get through all these funerals…………..thanks for sharing your story we thank you for your dedication to your work and service to our forests and pray for your safety you to are a brave and strong girl xx vickie stuart prescott az

  2. Jenna-
    My husband was a hotshot for many years and still works in fire, and we are all feeling this loss. I own a coffee company and we have supplied many crews (including yours) with coffee over the years. I would like to gift a few pounds to you and your crew if you would like. Please email me back for details. Hang in there tough lady, what you do matters every day!

  3. Jenna,
    Your piece on the Granite Mountain shots was certainly one of the most eloquent, ego-free works about what we do that I have ever read. Thank you. Namaste.

  4. Loved every word of your piece on Granite Mountain. I was a Boise Hotshot a few years back.. your writing really took me back to those days. Thank you for that. Hearing about Granite mountain left me in shock. Still cant comprehend it. Good luck with the rest of your season.

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