Warren Bridge BLM
It was less than a 3 hour drive from Lander to Daniel, Wyoming. The population is 150. So what brings us out this way? Fishing on the Green River.
There's always that ONE that has to be different right?
Miles and miles of flat.
Once and a while some mowed fields and colorful hills break up the monotony.
The snowcapped Bridger Teton range wrap around to the north.
The dirt road was clear of snow for the first couple of miles then it was impassible. It was smooth and fine for a rig our size. There were smaller roads that took you down right to the river where you had one or maybe 4 sites. All spaced out very far. Each had a fire pit and table and a shared bathroom. Very nice! We had the best site. Only room for two at ours and no one but us. I'm sure if it were later in the year this area would be hard to get into. Only problem was the roads down to the river could be a bit steep. We walked it a couple of times and discussed it. Then we went for it. No problem going down. When it was time to leave however, Ol' Hoss strained just a bit. Even in low-lock 4 wheel. Not for the faint of heart.
This is the main road driving towards our site. That's us way in the back, that white square.
There were actually 2 drops before you got to the site. That's us to the left and the bathroom on the right.
Looking towards our site with the bathroom out of the view to the right.
It's like they mowed the grass for us.
This is a known moose area. We didn't see any, but they were around.
Looking towards our site from the bathroom.
Can't get any closer without hanging over.
View out the back window.
Such awesome places if you can get down to them. We couldn't go any further as the main road was covered with snow so we went back to camp to walk around and fish a bit more. If you're considering camping here I'd scout it out first. No turnarounds in the first few miles.
Yes, that's ice on the bank. Still pretty cold out here.
A couple more pictures of our site from up the hill just a bit.
Hurley was thrilled that the previous folks left some "sticks" for him to play with.
Well the wind sure picked up as the afternoon wore on and we decided against a fire.
I enjoyed a glass at my inside (warm) window seat.
I checked the weather and was not too happy to find out that a fast moving rain/snow storm was dropping further down our way than expected with high winds. Not sure how tomorrow's fishing
will go. We'll see.