Time to head to Wyoming
Seems the hunters here have the same need for targets that don't run away as they do at home.
On the road heading north in Utah
Selina, UT home of Mom's Café and more!
An interesting local business...
Which happened to be just down the street from Mom's !
Where saddles become Works of Art
Braden, son of the owner of this family-business gave us an impromptu guided tour.
A form for every head-shape and size... felt Stetsons under construction.
America's largest collection of silver working stamps ... keeping Cowboy Culture alive.
Mona, UT site of Houweling's Tomato Greenhouses ... company based in Delta B.C.
Heading north then east to avoid Salt Lake City traffic
Yet another Bridal Veil Falls
Nice reservoir, but the land is getting drier!
Heading east into Wyoming
That pink & white line on the left is ONE train. No hills, no problem!
Hwy #30: Pasture cattle here? Not sure what they would eat.
Hwy #487 Heading North into the wide open spaces.
Out here, they are blocking the view of No-one !
Hundreds of wind turbines within just a few kilometres. Green Energy looks good out here!
We're into tourist country...
Here's the road to the campground and Shirley Mountain!
But we have miles to drive yet!
Is that a Jackalope??
Still not lost!
Heading for the big city of Casper, WY.
Out here, this qualifies as rush hour.
Getting near Glendo ... we doubled back to Douglas to load up on supplies.
I like this town.
Can't wait to meet my partner Hank.
Douglas, WY. ... the home of the Jackalope
It's famous, folks!
Almost into Glendo, just have to wait for John Coal Train to go by. I guess the economy ain't ALL green.
Made it to our campsite in tim eto enjoy a quiet sunset.