After enjoying the view and getting the above shots, we continued.
We like exploring, so we took a side road into BLM land and found this view. We got out of the car and hiked.
Back on WY-436, we drove for a few more miles, and then we decided to leave this area for another time. Below is where we turned around and headed to our original goal of spending the afternoon in a campground next to a mountain stream.
For what this area looks like in the fall, go to Big Horn Mountains, part 3.
We stopped for the afternoon at the above campground for a picnic. Neva, the camp host, was kind enough to let us stay without charging us. Thanks Neva! I took the following shots from this area.
It was time to go back home to Grandma. On the way, near Winchester, next to the Marathon oil tanks, I stopped to take this photograph. It is so Wyoming-ish ... and we're vegetarians!
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