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Discussion in 'Photos' started by greener556, Mar 10, 2013.
I agree, you could spend a long day there.
Horseshoe lake to rawlins via CDR section 9
Finally, my favorite trail opened today!
These are from an over night trip. I did a loop from Jackson, down to Alpine, down Greys River Road, over McDougal Gap then down the east side of the Wyoming range, over to Big Piney then Boulder and up to Fremont Lake near Pinedale for the night. Next day, on the road by 7:00, up to Cora and up and over Union Pass to Dubois, then north on Horse Creek rd. (FR 285 - loved this road!) all the way to the Wilderness. Turned around, came back out and headed over Togwotee Pass to FR 30160 which loops around the Mt. Leidy highland. After getting back on the highway headed south I looped over Shadow Mt. and then came on home. Right at 500 miles in two days, a really great two days!
My wife and me at Snowy Range Pass.
The mountain in the background is called Sugar loaf, sweet picture.
These are from today up the Gros Ventre. I took the 690 and did the single track and ATV trails.
Burgess Junction, hwy 14, 236, 220, fr 10 (Hunt Mountain Road), 14A. Great ride and incredible scenery for an Iowan....
Just 'scrolling' through this thread and WOW! came upon the second photo in post #54. Hulett , Wy...fond memory from 2007, as I walked right by where that photo was taken, and ate in the restaurant just past the back of the motorcycle. Great food, good drinks...fine folk. At that time, had my family of friends [not] lived here. I think i could have moved [there].
^9/10/17 you guys are killing me. Carry on.....I know you have more.
Btw, you got there exactly 140 years after General Howard.
The breadth and depth of US geography is just fantastic. The Alt 14 Hwy across northern Wyoming was a joy to ride.
Beartooth Pass was pretty good too. I got a bit excited, I rode it 4 times on my recent trip.
The Chief Joseph Hwy made me stop and think about him and his people. The historic points of interest beside the roads right throughout the USA gives the traveller just a glimpse of the past, but it sparks the interest to learn more.
Do not want to see this thread die!
From a ride today.
Saw a nice bull elk but, it was in the back of some other guy's truck.