D&J JourneyOn travel blog

Following the Snake River

Red rock in Wyoming

we are high enough for snowmobiling in June

Togwotee Pass

the continental divide again

and the next sign,of course what goes up must go down.

Judi & the boys take a walk at the top of the...

a big plateau rock

more interesting rock formations

at the national bighorn sheep interpertive center

want to ride the Jackalope?

Or go on a stagecoach ride- you can do both in Dubois,Wy.

Beautiful antelope enjoying the farmers hayfield

a peak at Hell's half acre

Headed out on Monday, the 5th of June for Riverton-couldnt find anyplace except a $31 a night RV resort and as we will only stop for the night- Walmart here we come. It's really not cheaper to stay as we always do our shopping. We follow the snake river and head up over Togwotee Pass(9658')What a haul but the truck did great and there was enough snow at the top to snowmobile yet. We stopped at Dubois at the National Bighorn Sheep interpetive center but all the sheep are up high in the mountains and having little ones so we read alot of info and watched a really neat movie about them. We drove past Hell's Half acre on the way to Riverton but it was closed so all we could see is a little of the deep rugged canyon. One last night at Walmart and then we will arrive at Casper - Teton Homes factory . Well, went shopping and as usual it costs more this way but I found a cute outfit and Dave got a pair of cowboy boots(which you have to have in Wyoming.)

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