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Converse County, Wyoming  
































http://thewernerranch.com/mule-deer.htm


We were right near the Werner Ranch.  We had dinner with them before. When we moved away we gave all of our cats to them.   



 









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The correct name of this bridge is the Pierceville Bridge.  You can google it.  I drove over this bridge a million years ago.   









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This is the chapel where my wife and I were married.  Laramie Peak in the background, Medicine Bow National Forest.   






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Laramie Peak   Wyoming   


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Big Sky over Wyoming  

I've seen the Northern Lights out in Thunder Basin.  One time I saw them at the farm in Kansas.  





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Wyoming blizzard.   
























Blizzard of 1949.  Down by Rock River, Wyoming on the Laramie Plains.  


   

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Downtown Spotted Horse, Wyoming during rush hour.  I used to work drilling rigs all over here.  







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Here's another photo as you are leaving town!!   Big Smile







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" Well, they didn't stay very long!! "   






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The Red Desert     Wyoming  





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A wild and lonely place, bigger than Connecticut





  
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This is a Super-Highway.  I worked the Red Desert for eighteen months in 2003-2004.  I put 100,000 miles on two pick-ups ( 50,000 each ) and wore out two sets of 10 ply tires....this is a GREAT ROAD!!  








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Wind River Range north of the Red Desert  


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Near Lovell, Wyoming  




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