SW Wyoming

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    gladecreekwy Well-Known Member

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    Little change of pace for us. Escaped the holiday crowds to the Red Desert. Well over 100 miles on dirt with a real ghost town thrown in. Spectacular area. 2B058714-2669-4E25-8CBB-534B472E1123.jpeg 451B00AD-EF37-447A-A3F5-FCF358D862C6.jpeg 067B2CDA-69BE-4C0F-8D2C-FED5778EE36C.jpeg 293C85DB-1923-46F4-83AC-2696CC8C10E6.jpeg DFDAAB1F-7A8E-415E-9848-DAD9130185BF.jpeg 3C972EA1-3656-45B6-B8F5-2A27587BFDF4.jpeg 5A718090-96B0-457E-8F89-FD655CFFDB98.jpeg 95D8ED4C-B5DE-4042-B8A1-6BDCEB07EE43.jpeg DF5DBA61-334E-4160-808A-25956AA4A4CD.jpeg
     
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    That looks incredible!!
     
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    gladecreekwy Well-Known Member

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    Thx. It was. We spent Saturday driving and didn’t see another person, car or any sign of humans for two days. Just wild horses and the occasional lonely cow.
     
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    Wild horses
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    Looks like my backyard.
     
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    gladecreekwy Well-Known Member

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    Where are you at ?
     
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    Casper.

    I still get to see a highway and a few neighbors, but still pretty wide open where I live. Nearest camp ground is 1 mile away. :)
     
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    Beautiful beautiful. Love the picture of the dog with the back drop. You are very very fortunate. If I was an envious person I would be envious of you. ok yes I am envious
     
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    Thank you. I’m very lucky to live where I do. Been in Wyoming for almost thirty years and the place still amazes me. Our public lands are one of the best things we have as Americans. Every picture I’ve ever posted on this page was taken on land that belongs to all of us. 4CE9D786-FCF7-42D8-83EF-09234A471D67.jpeg
     
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    Yeah, and folks who drive through Wyoming say there's nothing out there. Nothing to see.

    BWWAAAAA-HAHAHAHAHAHA...

    They are quite blind. We have herds of Pronghorn, deer, and many critters camping on our property. There is plenty to see if you live here year round and your eyes learn to spot it miles away. It amazes me how many Tiger Salamanders that live in the high prairie.

    I would highly recommend trying out the camp sites in the Wind River Canyon outside of the peak camping season. While there, stop in Thermopolis and take a soak in the hot springs.

    I better stop before I start a stampede...[LOL]:lipsrsealed:
     
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