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HELPING FILL THE VOID
The 2021 photo issue of Wyoming Wildlife is a
dandy! For someone who has always lived elsewhere
but has returned every year to Wyoming to hunt or
vacation since 1954 - but no longer can - this
issue begins to fill that void. Keep up the good work.
Lake Pleasant, New York
RABBIT IN THE HOUSE
I grew up in Wyoming and received a subscription
to Wyoming Wildlife as a gift. I was admiring the
photographs in a recent issue and it reminded me of
a moment last July.
I had the calendar open and resting by this lovely
floral bouquet. I saw the calendar out of the corner
of my eye, and for a split second I thought somehow
a rabbit made it onto the dining room table. I wasn't
the only one fooled as my cat thought the same thing.
Keep up the good work highlighting the beauty
and concerns for the wildlife in Wyoming.
Kerhonkson, New York
WHERE ARE THE VEDAUWOO STORIES
I visited Cheyenne about five times years ago as my
dad lived and worked there. On one of my first visits
my stepmother took me to the Vedauwoo Recreation
Area for a picnic. I have pictures of the huge rocks and
outstanding scenery. Several years later my wife and I
made a midwinter trip and we revisited the huge rocks.
I have been a subscriber to Wyoming Wildlife for
years, and my question is why have I never seen any
photos or stories about Vedauwoo, along with the
Ames Monument? Both of these areas would be great
material for your super-talented photographers.
Nonetheless, no one has the steady supply of quality
photography as I enjoy from Wyoming Wildlife.
Richard K. Geyer
JANUARY 2021 ISSUE ONE OF THE BEST
I have received Wyoming Wildlife for several years
and consider the January 2021 issue one of the best.
Perhaps the reason is because I am familiar with
many of the places mentioned by associate editor
Robert Gagliardi in his column. Dubois is a great, little
town. At one time I owned the Triangle C dude ranch
near Dubois. I killed a bighorn sheep out of Pinedale.
Another favorite place of mine is the Sheridan/Big
Horn area. I also had a place in Big Horn along
Gooseberry Creek. I am fairly familiar with Cody
and the area west to Yellowstone National Park.
Shame on you, Robert, for not visiting more of
your beautiful state.
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