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... we went with our original plan to go to Scott's Bluff. We are so glad we did. The national monument was beautiful with an amazing view from the top. Last night be camped at Lake Minatare. It was right next to the water and we were finally able to build a campfire and roast us some hotdogs and beans. Very relaxing and peaceful. I'm so glad we're getting to camp ...
... yellow clay rocks, to painted desert style red hills, to gypsum white cliffs! The Big Horn Basin is a very beautiful place.
I purposely chose to avoid going through Yellowstone Park, I have already been there and I knew the traffic would be a nightmare.
A little known fact about the Park is; that all of the geo thermal energy comes from a 'Super Volcano' under the area that measures 55 x 72 km. ...
... wasn't just grassy plains that the folks heading west along the Oregon Trail encountered. We took the shuttle to the top, which offered spectacular views of the surrounding landscape & towns, then hiked down. We figured that would be much easier than hiking up it! We also walked on a portion of the actual Oregon Trail. Our journey across the plains the last week or so has been long & boring. I can't even imagine doing it with a ...
... setting. Almost like the original settlers thought the same thing, especially looking west at the salt flats. But in a short time the terrain became mountainous and temps dropped considerably. The area east of Salt Lake City is very beautiful.
I spent the night at a state park east of Salt Lake City. Slept right below a large earthen dam. The next morning, Sunday, I was hoping to make Scottsbluff which ...
elevation pioneers faced on their journey west. It’s possible to drive to the
top of the bluff where there are short hiking trails and great views of the flatness
of the plains in all directions as well as Scottsbluff and Gering below, the
feedlot and grain elevator hub of intensively agricultural western Nebraska. I’m
not entirely clear on the difference between a bluff and a butte and a mesa,
but this ...