Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming
September 2 - 3, 2006
Shell Ranger StationThis is the ranger station where I lived in the Big Horn Mountains while I worked for the Forest Service in 1998.
Shell Falls Interpretive CenterI worked here as a Visitor Information Aid for the Forest Service in 1998. Shell Falls Interpretive Center is located on US Highway 14, at the top of Shell Canyon 10 miles west of Burgess Junction. The site consists of a self guided trail, exhibits, maps, information, and a small book store.
Copman's TombCopman's tomb is named after one of the early pioneers of the area, Wolfgang R. Copman. He asked that his ashes be scattered over this flat-topped mountain when he died.
Chugwater FormationThe deep red sandstones of the Chugwater Formation become visible as US-14 flattens out between Shell Canyon and the town of Greybull to the west. This area is also known for its dinosaur fossil beds.
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