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Entering the Wyoming Dry Lands

July 4, 2012

Today (July 3), was an 82 mile ride from Dubois to Riverton. It was easier than most have been due to quite a bit of downhill.

Early in the ride, I took this shot of the Wind River and one of the first examples I have seen of the characteristic red rock hills of Wyoming.

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As we rode deeper into the dry lands, I took these two shots of the land on opposite sides of the road. This side was irrigated.

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This side was not.

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Tomorrow, we ride 93+ miles to Worland, WY. Happy 4th of July to us! Hope you all have a grand day!

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2 Comments
  1. The Sabin's permalink

    Hi Carole. Just catching up on your adventure! Great job! Keep going! I love the pictures. Looks like you are becoming an expert on your blogging app. I love it. -Chuckie 🙂 BTW – Stay on the irrigated side. The grass isn’t always greener on the other side. 😉

    • caroleatherton@aol.com permalink

      I’m so happy you helped me learn about blogging. Thank you!

      Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID

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