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washakie and teton wilderness area-- elk country
how could any one get lost around here with all the land marks.
hmm was that rock on the east side or the west side?
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I always knew elk were smart, that is some beautiful country.

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I dont know I think I could get lost there on purpose.
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Originally posted by Urimaginaryfrnd Urimaginaryfrnd wrote:

I dont know I think I could get lost there on purpose.

as long as the grizzly bears dont get you!
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I LOVE elk country... even when I don't see a single elk!!!
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

Originally posted by Urimaginaryfrnd Urimaginaryfrnd wrote:

I dont know I think I could get lost there on purpose.

as long as the grizzly bears dont get you!
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Ever been in unfamiliar mountain country when a pea-soup fog slithered in and stayed for three days?
 I think you COULD get lost on purpose if you tried hard enough!
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  No,but had one set in fast while coonhuntin one night yrs back. A bud and me w/3 little kids had treed up on top a mountain and my truck was half way down SOMEWHERES. Nothing to do but wait. Found it after daylight. 
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the elk are really high this year do to lots of water, hot temps, and the visitors. They are  usually in smaller "parks" didn't have time to try to sneak on some. Lots of outfitters testing gear and doing preseason scouting -- to say nothing of the dude ranches that give pack horse outings this time of year. The closer one gets to the continental divide the easier it is to get "lost".
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Looks like that area has it's share of beetle kill. Too bad, but then it's like that around here too and lots of other places I've heard. Wonder what that will do for their habitat.
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Originally posted by jonoMT jonoMT wrote:

Looks like that area has it's share of beetle kill. Too bad, but then it's like that around here too and lots of other places I've heard. Wonder what that will do for their habitat.
thats because the forest service in most of wyoming doesnt understand what logging is for. then they wonder why everything catches on fire during the dry summers.Loco
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lots of kill, there are scent packets everywhere.
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