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Travel Blogs from Thermopolis
... along the Snake River. This is where we saw a small herd of buffolo right along the road. We made a big loop south and ultimately back north to Thermopolis.
One curious observation, the folks out here take great pride in the height of their mountains. No less than 3 people mentioned to us that in the east, the mountains tops aren't as high as the base of the mountains out west.
Left Gillette and heading east once more. We took a little detour and visited Devil's Tower National Monument after crossing the Wyoming border. Climbed over the Big Horn Mountains which was quite a haul almost climbing up to 10,000 ft. Very scenic, snow up on the peaks, but then travelled back down to the western side of the range to very dry land.
... into the Boysen State Park in the Wind River Canyon and parked right beside the Lake.
After setting up for the night Ed wandered down to the edge of the lake and threw a line in, with just a little lure on. Next minute he is back with a Big-mouthed Bass, quite a decent size. He asked some of the other campers what it was and could we eat it. Their jaws hit the ground before they told us that they had been coming to this lake for years and had never ...
... blue skies, the weather radio on our cb radio reported an incoming storm with high winds and snow accumulation at higher elevations. Exiting Interstate 90 at Buffalo, Wyoming, we checked in with the visitor's center. The elderly local on the desk advised us to re-think our plans as the storm was projected to be the first blast of winter to hit the area. What to do, what to do?
The weather was perfect, so it was hard to give up on our plan ...
... She would be happy with her outlook for as when alive, she lived life on life's terms, never complained, and loved her children. Thanks Mom.
Moving on, as we approached Thermopolis from Lusk, and departing as well, Teds' and I were amazed at the beauty of Wind River Canyon. The Grand Canyon, Hawaii, and Niagara Falls are all astoundingly majestic but so is this Canyon. Four miles south of Thermopolis, entering the canyon, is ...
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