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... eastern Wyoming. About 100 miles east of the border with Wyoming, the freeway dips south a little almost to the Colorado line. There's a pull-off there to get out and see a beautiful panoramic view. And it is beautiful. You can see for what I imagine to be miles and miles in a 180-degree arc. You're standing on top of a bluff and in front of you is just wide open prairie. Ruby drove the first leg of today's journey. Once we entered Nebraska we passed the ...
Extreme heat from a massive supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park is melting a major roadway at the popular summertime tourist attraction. Park officials have closed the area to visitors.
... br> the dustbowl in the 30s. Now, the Fed govt. (Forest Service, BLM and
FWS) own most of the valley intermixed with many rockscrabble ranches. Water rights and grazing are issues here but
this is noted to be the most remote refuge outside of Alaska. The landscape here is truly amazing and the lake,
or what is remaining and managed by fws as wetlands, is incredible . The refuge was established in the 1930s in
order to protect the ...
... we're either tourists or rednecks! Either way, we enjoyed this winter treat.
A long drive lay ahead for us along the Wyoming roadways. There's not a lot to see except more flat, barren land with sagebrush and windmills. I never realized how windy the West is, but you can feel it constantly with the rocking of the car. Todd was intrigued by Wyoming's snow fences that ...
... He was on Darryl’s side of the car, so he got a couple of photos. From here, we could see another line up of cars, it was another buck and he was on my side, so got a couple of shots.
It was hard not to take photos, as everywhere you looked, there was an amazing view. Again, the photos will not do this place justice, as it is a place that you have to experience yourself.
We made our way out of the Rocky Mountains National Park and ...