Wyoming

I’ve spent the past couple weeks traveling so I haven’t been working much. (But if you have any questions about any of my products or training, email chadwarrior at gmail and one of my staff will help you.)

Wanted to show you a photo of an area where we were on Friday, in the national forest near Cody, WY. Had to drive the 4 wheel drive truck through a couple rivers just to get up here, then hike around from there.  We tried to get up to this same spot last spring but had to stop because there was so much snow on the mountain.

These types of trips are why I have an Internet-based business. I can pop online for an hour or so to make sure the business is running smoothly, then its playtime!

2 Responses

  1. The old saying “A picture is worth a 1000 words” Just doesn’t hack it with your picture above. I think it’s about 10,000 words.

    Absolutely Breathtaking!

    I know you enjoyed your trip because this picture is only a “Snap Shot” of what you saw.

    I’m Jealous!!

    I hope you had a good time.

    Pete Robertson

    Pete Robertson at 9:22 pm
  2. Chad,

    First off, THANKS man, for ALL the great info and very helpful insight into the IM puzzle. I always look forward to finding your name in my inbox. Next, my humble recommendation for your next trip into the wildest, most remote areas to be found in the lower 48, which is Wyoming, hook up with the Jake & Kay Clark family at Wyoming Wilderness Outfitters for a pack trip you and your family will remember forever. They can take you into the far reaches of Yellowstone, the Thorofare, and other areas seldom seen by the casual tourist/backpacker. They make the trip fun and exciting; you eat very well; your comfort and safety always comes first; and, their mules are fully “bomb-proof” and ride like Cadillacs on four hooves. Find ’em at wyomingwilderness’dot’com. best regards -Tim Ennis

    Tim Ennis at 5:58 pm

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