Four Wheeling Adventure in Green River, Wy

After many months of hibernation, we finally stretched our legs and decided to take a quick trip down to Green River, Wyoming.  We had been wanting to go for quite some time and had the opportunity to do a little four wheeling with my brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and her brother (our tour guide.)

Tom, our tour guide, has lived in the area for about 20 years, so he knew all the cool, out-of-the-way places.   We got to see rocks with snails embedded in them (from when Wyoming was under water,) arrowhead chips, agate, and, also, some wild horses!

Here is just a sampling of the scenery we experienced:

This is Kings Peak, Utah.  This is the highest point in Utah and part of the Wasatch Mountain Range.  We were very close to the Wyoming/Utah border

This is Kings Peak, Utah. This is the highest point in Utah and part of the Uinta Mountain Range. We were very close to the Wyoming/Utah border.

Part of the Uinta Mountain Range, Utah.

Part of the Uinta Mountain Range, Utah.

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This is the view from Tom's place of business.  (I don't think I would ever get any work done with this view.)

This is the view from Tom’s place of business. (I don’t think I would ever get any work done with this view.)

This is the view from up above Rock Springs.  Interstate 80 runs through there.

This is the view from up above Rock Springs. Interstate 80 runs through there.

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These are some of the wild horses that roam the area.

These are some of the wild horses that roam the area.

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  1. linda Crosby June 8, 2014

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