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Tilda Tuesday: Missing her Momma

Tilly misses me when I go out of town. This last trip really did a number on her so now that I am home she doesn’t let me out her sight much. 38 more words

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Fort Bridger

Fort Bridger began as a fur trading outpost established in 1842 on Blacks Fork of the Green River. Later it became a vital resupply point for wagon trains on the Oregon Trail, California Trail and Mormon Trail. 58 more words

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Fort Fred Steele

Named for Major General Frederick Steele, 20th U.S. Infantry, a Civil War hero, Fort Fred Steele is located on the west bank of the North Platte River. 99 more words

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Charcoal Kilns and a Ghost Town

This stop was not on the official list for my State Parks adventure. I have read about these kilns and quickly realized that Piedmont was only 10 miles south of I-80 . 193 more words

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Herd of Bison at Bear River

Took this image as the sun was rising above the hill.

This is the herd bull. He’s an older fella…just look at the size of his head!!! 41 more words

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Tilda Tuesday: Summer Evenings

Happy Tilda Tuesday everyone!
We’re not the only ones that love to watch the sun set. Tilly loves her summer evenings on the deck. I don’t normally let her sit on the picnic table but for portrait purposes, I let it slide this time. :)

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Bull Moose at Bear River

He’s a young one, but a handsome one.
Bear River State Park was my first stop. I drove through what felt like a million miles of desert to get almost to the Utah border. 38 more words

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