On the 4th of July we went on a family outing to Cave Falls Wyoming it is next to the boundary with Yellowstone National Park. This is a favorite fishing, camping spot for the Idaho family and one of the great uncle’s ashes were scattered over the river there. So there is a great deal of sentiment about the place. To get to the actual fishing spot on the river one takes a mile and half hike through the woods by the river and endures the clouds of mosquitos until one reaches the spot.
The rivers (there are two) were roaring at flood stage and the power of the water was amazing to see. The trail was clear and well used with a lot of wet spots to help breed the mosquitos, thank goodness for mosquito spray-it was put to the test this day for sure. As usual I was a mosquito magnet, but the DEET spray was a big help.
Here are some photos of the trip.