Hey, good eye....that's exactly it. We rode from Big Piney down to Kemmerer that day... I love that area and recall it often...beautiful and wild.Is the Wyoming pic crossing Fontenelle creek between Labarge creek and Kemmerer? It sure looks like it?
Great U-Turn in the middle of the crossing Fred!!
Dan's correct, I'm always deep in the creek, don't matter up the creek ner down it... And never a paddle at hand! m.Fred------ your such a show off. Ha. We were there during this water crossing. When riding up to a water crossing and everyone is standing around the creek, you know someone got wet. This is where you will find Mhomadness riding the puddle until he stalls out. Great fun I suppose, go figure. Seems he has to find the deepest spot. The photo of Rhodtrip dumping water out of his boot will be a classic. What is it about these water crossings? Fred, as you can plainly observe at the end of this video clip, can be seen riding 360 degrees around in the water and then exits the puddle. We have heard of Fred's 360' waterloop demonstration, but till now never witnessed it. You won't catch me in the water. I like my women dry and my feet wet. Maybe I got that backwards. I don't know. Dirts a Flyen SanDue
I also "love and recall" that area often... I grew up in Kemmerer, so those are some of my old stomping grounds. In fact it was at that exact crossing that I had my first and only mountain lion spotting, while mountain biking. Somewhat unnerving., but extremely memorable! I have always avoided that crossing on bikes, too many times it was too deep. (over the fenders of my jeep once)Hey, good eye....that's exactly it. We rode from Big Piney down to Kemmerer that day... I love that area and recall it often...beautiful and wild.
Here is a direct link to that days ride:
PS. Welcome to the forum!