We drove up to look at some of the dispersed camping available in the National Forest land north of Sundance, Wyoming. Most of the public lands out west have free camping areas.
We were disappointed to find that almost every camping area warned of logging and timber removal. This meant lots of traffic and some pretty loud days.
The high point of our drive was Warren Peak at just over 6,600 feet.
We got some fantastic views in all directions. The lookout tower was closed beyond the first level.
The surprise was what had been here during the cold war. Our only nuclear powered radar station was here. It was in operation from 1961 to 1968.
We drove a little further and thought we had found a perfect spot. It was flat, an official camping area, beautiful views, but one very big negative. It was also a cattle watering area and the number of cow pies was excessive.
We are a couple who have started on a new adventure...