By Bill Sniffin
www.billsniffin.com 

Wyoming's early winter weather  is hard on man and beast (and especially trees)

 

The recent late September and early October snowstorms in Wyoming sure seemed like an anomaly.

In recent years, this time of the year was just about the best time you could imagine. The Aspens are turning and the days are warm. Hunters are usually complaining about the lack of snow, which would keep the elk higher up the mountainsides.

But not in 2013. And not in many places all over the region.

During a recent trip we witnessed a scene reminiscent of those images of the buffalo slaughters back in the 1860s. That was when professional shooters like Buffalo Bill Cody (hence, his nickname) ki...



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