After a boring spring quarter cooped up in classes, last summer I was especially anxious to get outside and start to work for a change. Not only was I anxious to work outside, but I was also going to get a chance to work in an ideal habitat in north central Wyoming. Not only that, but we got to stay at the Ranger Station in a cabin, which had one of the best views around right outside the door. The Ranger Station was on the Tensleep Ranger District, which is part of Bighorn National Forest, and is about 20 miles east of Tensleep, Wyoming (population a little over 200) the nearest town. The next nearest town was Worland, which was 50 miles away but a little bigger (6000-8000), where we did our shopping. Fortunately there was a summer lodge nearby with a pool table, pop machines, bar, etc.
Ames Forester: Vol. 66
, Article 18.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/amesforester/vol66/iss2/18