|Bryan getting the gear ready|
We scrambled to finish setting up the tent, put stuff in the car, and then we got in the car to wait out the rain. It wasn't a very long wait; fifteen minutes at the most. We sat in the car and ate Cheetos (all natural cheddar, might I add...)
As soon as the rain ended it was great the rest of the night. We heard coyotes quite a number of times, but not close, and I don't think they're dangerous. We could hear stuff moving around the tent, but I think they were mostly ground squirrels.
The next morning Bryan got up around 8 to go fishing again. I slept in until about ten, which was awesome. At least twelve hours of sleep, which I definitely needed. The next morning I crawled out of my tent and saw this:
We knew cows grazed in the area, as we saw a number of cowpies, but I did NOT expect them to graze so close to the tent!!
I decided to be a nice wifers and tear down camp and repack the car before I went out to find Bryan. He was quite a ways down the river, about a mile or so. We walked back and he was already complaining about tearing down camp and repacking the car, when all he really WANTED was a nice burger. We got back to the site and he was pleasantly surprised to see all he had to do was get in the car and find a restaurant!
We at at Cafe on Pine in Pinedale, and they had YUMMY food. I had the California burger and it was very, very tasty. Excellent after-camp food, especially as we had really only had White Cheddar Cheetos (all natural) the day before. Tasty tasty!
We left Cafe on Pine and went on to our next adventure... Ghost towns....