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... oatmeal… we hit the trail. Oatmeal is not all that bad, but its not an egg and bacon taco from the Rock House. Our hike into the Titcomb Basin was not all that bad, because we knew we only had about 2-3 more miles to go and all day to do it. We stopped several times just to take in the views, shoot some photos, and film with the GoPro. After a while we reached the Titcomb Basin, which symbolizes the end of our hike minus the day hike we would take to the end of ...
... the visitor's center didn't sell beverages, we stopped at the first place selling drinks after leaving it. We then drove on through Jackson. The traffic was ridiculous! It reminded us all of home. We drove through and went on to Pinedale. ON our drive we headed past some wildlife preservation areas. Some of the elements of th epreserves included bridges over the roads and tunnels under the roads for the wildlife to cross without interfering ...
... a variety of crevices, caves and overhangs which have been creatively utilised as temporary, or even permanent, dwellings.
Zion is something of a victim of it's own success and, although we were at the park entrance by 10 am on a wet, midweek day, we couldn't find anywhere to camp, or even park, so had to stay on a very pleasant, but ...
... 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
... the Rock Rabbit café/coffee shop/restaurant – this is the hippie/grateful dead kind of place in town. They have good coffee, tea and other beverages as well as a nice selection of food. We enjoyed the funky décor and music (SiriusXM "The Spectrum") while having our lunch. We then followed the signs to one of Pinedale’s main attractions, the Museum of the Mountain Man. This is a must see if you are in the area. The quality is excellent, there are lots ...