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Ten Sleep Canyon

There are two routes that we could have taken leaving Yellowstone National Park from the east entrance. One route goes through the Bighorn Mountains and the other through Ten Sleep Canyon. We chose the latter route since it would save us an hour or two on our way to the Black Hills of South Dakota. This photo and the insets were taken in Ten Sleep Canyon, named for the fact that "it was 10 days' travel, or “10 sleeps,” from Fort Laramie (southeast), Yellowstone National Park (west-northwest), and the Ind…

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Signal Cliff

Signal Cliff is an impressive red sandstone formation west of Ten Sleep, Wyoming, a small town on the west end of Ten Sleep Canyon. The cliff is part of the Chugwater Formation which is found throughout the area. After spending the night in Cody, Wyoming, we left Wyoming via Ten Sleep Canyon, but stopped for photos along the way, especially here.

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Ten Sleep Canyon

There are two routes that we could have taken leaving Yellowstone National Park from the east entrance. One route goes through the Bighorn Mountains and the other through Ten Sleep Canyon. We chose the latter route since it would save us an hour or two on our way to the Black Hills of South Dakota. This photo and the insets were taken in Ten Sleep Canyon, named for the fact that "it was 10 days' travel, or “10 sleeps,” from Fort Laramie (southeast), Yellowstone National Park (west-northwest), and the Ind…

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Ten Sleep Canyon

There are two routes that we could have taken leaving Yellowstone National Park from the east entrance. One route goes through the Bighorn Mountains and the other through Ten Sleep Canyon. We chose the latter route since it would save us an hour or two on our way to the Black Hills of South Dakota. This photo and the insets were taken in Ten Sleep Canyon, named for the fact that "it was 10 days' travel, or “10 sleeps,” from Fort Laramie (southeast), Yellowstone National Park (west-northwest), and the Ind…

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Ten Sleep Canyon

There are two routes that we could have taken leaving Yellowstone National Park from the east entrance. One route goes through the Bighorn Mountains and the other through Ten Sleep Canyon. We chose the latter route since it would save us an hour or two on our way to the Black Hills of South Dakota. This photo and the insets were taken in Ten Sleep Canyon, named for the fact that "it was 10 days' travel, or “10 sleeps,” from Fort Laramie (southeast), Yellowstone National Park (west-northwest), and the Ind…

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Coyote

After staying the night in Cody, Wyoming, we drove on the next morning, heading for Tensleep Canyon. Along the road we stopped to photograph this Coyote who eventually trotted away.

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Coyote

After staying the night in Cody, Wyoming, we drove on the next morning, heading for Tensleep Canyon. Along the road we stopped to photograph this Coyote who eventually trotted away.

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Coyote

After staying the night in Cody, Wyoming, we drove on the next morning, heading for Tensleep Canyon. Along the road we stopped to photograph this Coyote who eventually trotted away.

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Yellowstone Lake

Leaving Yellowstone National Park by way of the east entrance took us along the north shore of Yellowstone Lake, a massive old caldera and through Sylvan Pass (see other inset). We drove as far as Cody, Wyoming where we spent the night before traveling on to South Dakota. The dead trees in this photo, I believe, are from the 1988 fires that devasted the park.
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