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Wyoming's Outlaw Trail Ride 2013

By Carol Thiesse, OTR Secretary

 

 

February 2013 issue  

Wyoming's Outlaw Trail Ride 2013

 

      The volunteers of the Outlaw Trail Ride and hosting landowners are gearing up for another great ride in 2013!

      We are answering emails and phone calls from riders all over the country. And, better yet, we are receiving rider registrations.

      This year the route will take us through the canyons and flats of the Bairds’, then across Buffalo Creek Road and up to the Axtell Ranches. We will spend Day 2 up at Nosy’s cabin, the old corrals and eating lunch as we look down into Wind River Canyon .  

 

      Day 3 is the longest with the ride taking us into the Bloomquist place on Bridger Creek. We take a small break on Day 4 with Mike McCoy leading the riders around the Bloomquist Ranch and providing them with a good history of the ranch and surrounding country.

      The riders and horses have to be ready the next day to climb up out of Bloomquist, through Little VH Draw and onto the old Hayes place, now Mishurda Mountain Ranches. Crossing into Wilson territory for lunch, we spend the last night on the trail below Hazen draw, again hosted by the Axtells.

      The last day takes the riders past the old Carter Place on our way back into town.

      Riders will eat delicious, full meals provided by Arrowhead Catering out of Casper . Each night will bring entertainment around the campfire. The history of Thermopolis and surrounding area is talked about each day on the trail — providing the riders with a unique, interesting, and fun riding experience.

      If any horsemen and horsewomen are interested in joining the Outlaw Trail Ride Committee, please contact the Secretary at 307-332-7928 for the date, time, and place of the next meeting. All meetings are held in Thermopolis.

      See you along the Outlaw Trail!

 

 

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