Green River Star -

By Tom Gagnon
Guest Columnist 

The caveman and the bobcat

 


I sometimes camp under rock overhangs of about 5-50 feet deep, and a few to several feet high and wide. Here I’ll just call them caves. In the summertime I don’t generally camp in them, because there are too many critters like snakes and scorpions, various bugs and rodents. This is especially true in ones that have a lot of loose and broken-up rock, cracks in the walls, odd combustible items, and sometimes moss or dripping. The time to camp in a cave, to be a caveman, is in the winter.

I have half a dozen such places scattered around Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado. They are mostly bet...



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