Kimberly and I recently cycled through Wyoming. We had an amazing time experiencing the vastness of the North American wilderness. Cycling along through desert terrain and finally ending up in the lush, wooded forests of the Tetons.
An old school Wyoming Highway Patrol revealed itself as a good omen at the onset of our venture.
Prairie homes, though few and far between in the Wyoming wilderness, give shade to the owners equestrian companions.
Kim has fun imitating the Wyoming cowboy insignia, in the high altitude desert sun.
So, I missed a few spots with the sunscreen. Sorry Kimmy. And the stripped shirt she was wearing left an awesome tiger stripped pattern on her browned back.
Majestic views as we cycle through.
We had the lovely opportunity to sleep in a church along the route with 4 other cycling travelers. After a quick photo we all headed out in opposite directions.
Hard climb to the top of Togwotee Pass.
Our first encounter with a mama grizzly! She was mellow, but it was still nerve racking.
Have to add a little spice to our road side meals!
Our steel horses tied up at an unmarked campsite at the top of the pass.
As always Kimberly and I absolutely cherish our time spent on the road. We are so lucky to have experienced so much! We have so much more to add.
Look out for Cycling Wyoming: Part II to be out soon.