The Longhorn Ranch Lodge & RV Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to go on 287 and stay overnight on Green Mountain in a camp called Cottonwood. Before reaching Muddy Gap I passed Independence Rock, and shortly after I drove into 'Martin Cove's Visitors' Center'. It is one of two 'Mormon Handcart Historic Sites' in Wyoming. 'Elder Dawson' greeted me with a big smile and offered to show me the center. Before the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 half a million ...
The last day of ISGE was much less clamorous than the one before it. With two 4 mile days ahead, each with a very steady decline of 400 feet, the end was in sight. My demeanor was calm but excited. Two more days until whatever lessons from this entire trip could be put into practice and life would continue on as it had for 293 months prior. Wow, I just realized I'm almost 300 months old. Weird.
We left ...
... time to make and I was famished, just as everyone else, by the time it was ready. I swore I would never take food for granted again, about the 287th time I had on the trip. For dessert, Zach made a yellow cake with chocolate frosting. Tasted about as sugary as any cake can taste. Which means I am in favor of it.
This day will always remain in my memory for the fact that so many obstacles hit the entire team with ferocity, but we managed ...
... participating in map checks, and just enjoying good conversation.
At one point, after crossing a drainage where the trail momentarily disappeared, we took a sharp left into a group of trees that appeared to contain an off-trail clearing. After a couple minutes, it was clear we were not going the right way, especially because of the fact that we were supposed to stay on trail all day. The group immediately spurred into action, and we ...
... small we humans really are.
When we crested the hill onto the Shoshone Plateau, a very large, flat area sitting at over 11,000 feet, the trail disappeared in favor of cairns. Someone had gone to great lengths to build them, as each one consisted of a 3-5 foot tall tree trunk surrounded by big rocks. There weren't any trees or big rocks in the area, so someone had to carry them at least a few miles. Champions. We followed the cairns for ...