Tag Archives: Wyoming

Summer Road Trip 2013: North Fork of the Shoshone

By Randy Scholfield The wind kicked in just as I crossed the Wyoming state line. I was driving my 1977 green VW camper bus—perhaps the most aerodynamically challenged vehicle ever created—as part of a week-long summer road trip. The goal: … Continue reading

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Buy a trout a drink: support water leasing

  On many Western streams, it’s tough for trout to hang on in the face of drought, low flows and high temperatures.  This article in Wyofile highlights one way to address the problem–water leasing.  For several years, Trout Unlimited has been … Continue reading

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Hot

At the risk of beginning with a blinding flash of the obvious, I’d like to say something: It’s hot. No kidding, you say. It’s so hot I saw a jackrabbit carrying a hydration pack. It’s so hot my chickens are … Continue reading

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