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Lunch Time on Buffalo Plateau
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Lunch Time on Buffalo Plateau

Taking a wilderness pack trip is a wonderful way to see the back country of Wyoming. On days when we move camp, we often travel anywhere from 12 to 20 miles in a day so any way that we can save time- like eating lunch from the saddle bags while riding- helps get us to the next camp sooner.

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Cody, Wyoming, United States of America
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