Sunday, July 15, 2007

Out of Yellowstone, Into the Wind River Range

I've only got 5 minutes in the Rawhide Coffee shop in Cody, Wyoming so this will be a quick blog post.

Fishing in Yellowstone was outstanding, unbelievable, standing waist-deep in the Lamar River, catching wild cutthroat trout by the dozen, buffalo and deer all around, no other people, just grizzly bears.

Met up with Jon again this afternoon - and we've decided to head into the Wind River range for a few days to hike and try for some Golden Trout, the most beautiful kind of trout, a rare species that lives in isolated mountain lakes high in the Wind Rivers and the Sierras.

Time's up; I'm out.



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