Central and Northern Wyoming
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We got up early to leave the crowds in
As we crossed the Continental Divide (the highest point where rain on one side flows to the Pacific and on the other flows to the Atlantic) we found a small lake (
Next we followed the
We continued on towards
All the towns we drove through had lower numbers for population than for elevation – some had only 300 citizens and most were at 4,000 feet above sea level. The only two towns we spent any time in (yeah, we were eating both times) the people were very friendly. Even in 100 degree heat we eat outside in shade if we can. People walking by said “Hi”, “How are you?” and probably wondered who the out-of-town crazies eating outside were.
We finally reached Greybull and had a nice sunset walk on a trail through town before turning in for the night.