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... girl about the identification of his kill. The heavily tattooed and pierced girl responded, still a little grossed out, "uh, a magpie?!" Cheerfully, Rob left the store, knowing what type of bird to tell the boys at golf that he had killed. The second kill was not as spectacular and we didn't get to carry it with us at all, just bounced off the front grill, but had an impressive "thud" much like you would expect a ...
... the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints who camped there in 1856 during their late-season crossing of Wyoming."
We passed an area call "Johnny Behind the Rock" but didn't explore it either, but the link will take you to what most of the area looks like that we drove through.
Total miles to date = 1853.7
Casper = $3.39
Farson = $3.69
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We awoke early to the extra-crisp mountain morning, and exited the tent to discover our shoes, and Mick's wheelchair, covered in frost. Brrrrrrr. Instead of packing up right away, we settled down in the lodge’s restaurant, drinking some coffee to warm ourselves up a bit. Mick ate the questionable smelling-yogurt ...
6/15 Tuesday: It's a straight shot up highway 191 from Rock Springs to Pinedale, our destination for the next week or so. It was an easy drive of just over 100 miles and along the way we had fantastic views of the Wind River mountain range which is still covered with a healthy layer of snow. Some places in this area got snow as recently as last week. We saw a few hundred more Pronghorns along the way as well as a golden eagle and several different species of hawks. ...