Wyoming

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Avalon Travel Publishing, 2006 - Travel - 745 pages
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These are new look Moon handbooks! "Moon Handbooks: Wyoming" containsnsightful and helpful advice, and includes clear maps and photographs. Thexpansively rugged land called Wyoming resonates with the spirit of themerican West. The state evokes vivid images: cattle standing in the lee ofnow fences, children riding horses along dusty dirt roads, weather-beatenanches lit by the slanting light of late afternoon, rolling hills of endlessaw-edged, surreal beauty. Expert travel writer and photographer Don Pitcherelps you have a truly personal experience. Suggested travel strategies andists of must-see sights provide you with the real insights so you can decidehere you should go, stay, and eat - without hassles or regrets. Don detailshere to hike, climb, mountain bike, raft, ski, snowshoe, go horseback riding,nd more. This book is complete with maps, photographs, illustrations, andpecial emphasis on leading destinations such as Yellowstone, Grand Teton,ackson Hole, Devils Tower, Fort Laramie, the Big Horn Mountains, Snowy Range,he Wind River Mountains, and Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.

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Pitcher was born in Atlanta, Georiga. He grew up all over the East Coast--from Florida to Maine. He received a master's degree in fire ecology from the University of California, Berkeley.y

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