~A Peaceful Scene

~While hiking around Fremont Lake, I noticed this log fence among the Aspens. The shadows make a pretty photo.


I have more photos of this area, which I will post later.

Here are two links showing photos of  Fremond Lake and explaining its history.

https://www.visitpinedale.org/community/town-parks/ccc

https://travelwyoming.com/listing/pinedale/fremont-lake

Perhaps this fence was build during the CCC project.

We left Rim Station RV this morning leaving The Tetons and Pinedale behind. More photos to come.

~Ever Wonder…

~Somewhere north of Pinedale, WY.

I saw this old log cabin sitting in a field, and couldn’t resist taking a photo.

Ever pass an old homestead that is no longer occupied and wonder who lived there, what did they do for a living, how long has it sat empty?

Someone built this log cabin, how many years ago?

~did they cut the timber, for their home, themselves

~did they live there with a family,

~did they raise cattle,

~did they have a garden,

~did they travel by horse and buggy to the nearest trading post

What other questions would you add to my list?

 

A quick note: I want to thank all my friends who comment on my posts. Please know that I appreciate every single one. Hugs!

 

 
 

~Sheila’s Critter Cam

~Cam-er-a, that is:

It’s always fun to see wildlife while on a trip.  Especially wildlife that you don’t see while at home.

I feel very lucky to have seen three different Moose, several Pronghorn Antelope,  and some American Bison

First the Antelope…

Second the Bison…  

I don’t have a really good photo of the Bison, because they don’t seem to look up very much; too busy eating. Plus they were just off the road with lots of cars coming and going. However, it was fun to see the bird on one’s back.

Next the Moose…

 This young guy went down to the river for a drink.

Here is a Mama Moose with a calf. This Mom and calf were down in an area called Beaver Ponds. We took several hikes in this area called Fremond Lake. If you are ever in the Pinedale area it’s well worth a visit. https://www.visitpinedale.org/explore/lakes/fremont-lake

What’s next, I bear I hope!

Enjoying retirement: On The Road & At Home