He called to Order This Meeting in the Snow because it’s time to migrate the 20 miles to the south. These antelope will winter down in the Thunder Basin National Grasslands (it’s on the map) between Gillette and our Ranch. It’s a huge area of no vehicular traffic (but for a few gravel roads). Large herds of hundreds of Pronghorn winter down there. But they have to get from here to there and it’s not an easy trip over hill, dale and gulley. There are a lot of places that only four feet can travel.
We are in and out of winter weather up on the high ridges our ranch is located on. It was 70 today as I type this about a week ago but it will be below freezing again very soon. Indian summer is all too short.
Location: Bliss DInosaur Ranch, Wyoming/Montana borderlands.