Wind River Range, WY
We up and at’em’ed early the next morning, and crossed one of many bridges, back and forth over the Green.
Our day started in the flats, but we couldn’t mosey for too long. For we had to climb up and over Vista Pass, nearly 3K feet above camp, and 10,000 feet in elevation.
We were in good spirits, and quickly ticked the miles off with smiles and alaska stories.
We even had some time for Tank’s face shot.
Climbing, and climbing, we neared the pass, up choss and granite of the Wind Rivers.
We raced past treeline, and made quick work of some alpine meadows.
We made it close to the top of Cube Rock pass, and decided the trout looked hungry for our flies, and set up camp, close to the top the 11,400 foot pass.
Anderson quickly set up the Backcountry ‘Guac factory and we settled in for one the better sunset showings I’ve seen.
The light was setting up everywhere.
With skiffs of snow joining the party.
Chicken taco intermission.
Whooper mowed his tacos right over.
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