We've made it a bit farther south to Greybull, Wyoming. One of the local attractions is the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, a creek bed where hundreds of dinosaur tracks are visible.
On our way out to the site we drove through some beautiful "badlands" type terrain. The layers of color and eroded hillsides create an amazing landscape.
We saw several Pronghorn in the open grasslands and were greeted by a little Desert Cottontail in the parking lot of the site.
There is a boardwalk that leads you down to the creek bed where you are allowed to walk among the tracks. Some of the larger ones are easy to make out.
There is still study going on at the site to determine what species of dinosaur were here and what they were doing. It appears that they were smallish as Teri's hand fit nicely into the largest of the tracks.
After viewing the site we sat for a bit and enjoyed the absolute silence of the area. This is truly the vast open West. However as we left we saw two school buses headed for the site. Now that would have been a different experience altogether!