Just south of Kirby is the junction of US-20 and Gebo Oil Field road. This is where we went today to continue our series on flowers. At this junction (see below) is a sign for Phoenix Production Company.
The creek which runs perpendicular to Gebo Oil Field road probably comes from the same underground source as that of Hot Springs State Park. Note the color of the algae (and the water is warm).
The road eventually leads to an oil field:
On our way back, we stopped to look at the sandstone and see if we could find wildflowers we haven't seen before.
See also flowers, etc., part 12, part 11, part 10, part 8, part 7, part 6, part 5, part 4, part 3, part 2, part 1.
For more flowers (in the reverse order they were taken), see also Big Horn Mountains, part 2; Castle Gardens near Ten Sleep (second half); Highway US-20, part 2; Big Horn Mountains, part 1; Hot Springs State Park: trees and flowers, part 2, part 1; Crosby, WY (second half); Wind River Canyon, part 5; Mutt's daffodils; Hot Springs State Park: Flower Gardens.
See also autumn colors, part 9, part 8, part 7, part 6, part 5, part 4, part 3, part 2, part 1.
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