The Wyoming Towns of Pinedale, Jackson, and Dubois

I passed a few days in the northwest Wyoming towns of Pinedale, Jackson, and Dubois. I hope to return someday.

Fremont Lake in Pinedale, Wyoming.

A rest stop for 1000 bicyclists riding in the cold early morning air of a mountain pass near Jackson, Wyoming. I waited until the warm afternoon arrived before riding my bike.

Forest floor on the mountain above Fremont Lake, elevation 9500'. Many people park their cars at the summit and hike for several days.

The tinkerers of Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers group, tnttt.com, visited Pinedale and Jackson the week i arrived. Some of the members also customize cargo trailers like the one I use.

Glaciers north of Jackson, Wyoming. These are probably part of Yellowstone Park.

There is no such thing as a jackelope! It's only a tourist trap in Dubois, Wyoming.

As shown in the mural at the KOA in Laramie, Wyoming is wonderful in summer and unbearable the rest of the year.

Scenery near Jackson, Wyoming.

Alpine lake at the summit of Towgotee Pass between Jackson and Dubois, Wyoming.

Various species of bighorn sheep at the Bighorn Sheep Museum in Dubois, Wyoming. They displayed the heads of about a dozen others.

Petroglyphs at the Bighorn Sheep Museum in Dubois, Wyoming.

House on the Wind River in Dubois, Wyoming.

Frightening backyard on the Wind River.

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