The Lodge at Pinedale
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... easily three times as big as any we have lifted. A ranger next to me told me that a pair of antlers like this moose had can easily way 80 lbs. She also told us that the antlers are not yet fully grown in August as they're currently growing sometimes one inch a day. In September, moose antlers can apparently grown up to six inches a day.
Having checked off the Moose from our ...
... 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 ...
... a ridge called
the Sweetwater Rocks-370 feet deep, 1,500 feet long, and only 50 feet
wide in places."
Tony and I didn't explore this little site but here is some interest info on:
Martin's Cove "is a sagebrush-covered tract of several hundred acres, surrounded by
rocks near Devil's Gate on the Sweetwater River. It is named for the
Martin Handcart Company, ...
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... office had mentioned that fresh bear tracks had been spotted near New Fork Lake which is on the way to the Green River so we took a side trip through the small town of Cora and then north to the lake just to look around. The chances of actually seeing the bear were slim but we had our cameras ready just in case. The road to New Fork Lake is pretty rough but only a couple of miles long and once we got there we looked around a little and then decided we might as ...