Triangle C Dude Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... trade. There is a huge female grizzly hiding in some willow bushes about 50 yards away. ANOTHER GRIZZLY!? I hang out for a bit in a plague of mosquitos and get a glance at her drinking briefly. I talk to this guy more and explain that this is the second grizzly I have seen today. He is baffled! They are endangered and all, but seeing one 4 miles into the drive made us ...
... this particular rodeo only has a 1% injury rate. Still seems too high to a Mom! The announcer also mentioned that he rode just a couple spots before Lane Frost on the night he was killed riding a bull. A scary business the rodeo.
Just a quick stop in Dubois but lots of great memories in Wyoming! We're planning on a long driving day to Custer, South Dakota next and hope to leave early! We'll see how that goes!
... Washakie Wilderness. A short picture session ensued. The trail turned into a 4 Wheel Drive road. There were 4 big trucks. There were many horses. We even saw people. And a toilet! Civilization was upon us. I'm fairly certain the entire group skipped the mile-long length of the 4WD road to the East Fork Ranger Station, our meeting point with the other ISGE group, before converging with the instructors.
The other ISGE group arrived around about a ...
... slight "Hello" as he rode past. He was clearly out there for solitude and none of us had any desire to interrupt with casual conversation.
Though we had ascended our last climb, the day was not done providing its share of obstacles. We had walked on trail for a mile or so when it suddenly disappeared. Given that this was modus operandi for the day, it didn't concern us. We broke out the maps and continued our hike. But the maps decided ...
... lovely a place really is.
We raced down just as we raced up, the mountain our version of a McDonald's playplace. Sleep came quite easily that night, the quick 4 mile hike mixed with a peak ascent our gateway to rest. But the night would not end without a farcical nuzzle from nature to make sure we really all were happy to be here and that it wasn't just good circumstances that let us put on a show. My tent had a broken zipper on the fly, but we ...