The spot we found for camping Thursday night was a really great site . . . until the wind and rain started around midnight. Every few minutes a strong gust of wind would press the cold, wet side of my tent against my face. In between, you could hear the bugling of elk and a few were pretty close.
A couple of fresh killed elk on the way to someone's freezer.
We covered sooo many miles of dirt road like this.
Yumbo gumbo !
A scene I am far too familiar with. Kaycee, WY
Headed towards Hole In The Wall and the red rocks reveal themselves to everyone's surprise. Looks a lot like southern Utah.
Ahhhh, settled into my camping spot for Friday and Saturday night just up the road from Outlaw Cave and Middle Fork Canyon is just a hundred feet across the road.
Really enjoyed meeting some new Cruiserheads on this trip and here are a couple of them whipping up some breakfast vittles.
Famous upfitter of Toyotas, Kurt Williams (Cruiser Outfitters), wouldn't think of allowing anyone else to cook the bacon.