Did a little riding around some of the range areas. The weather would threaten on and off. Just outside of Guernsey is a camping area that emigrants used along the trail. There are some rifle pits identified at that site. No one seems to know how they got there or what they were used for. I noticed some old abandoned rail road grades that had been washed out and I wonder when they were put in. This BNSF locomotive was stopped nearby. I think the Burlington put some lines in here in the early 1900s so these grades may be a remnant. Nice country. I don't know how many of these cattle guards I crossed on this trip. This one is a pretty good one. Nice mix of ranch horses. Later on I would get to see some wild horses. I was very lucky with the weather. There were a lot of POIs off of roads that would be a real problem if wet. The light dots up and down the hill are antelope. A little different freeway setup than what I am used to. Cross the cattle guard and you are on the interstate.