By Dave Bell, Cowboy State Daily
I wanted something just a little different than just the moon. So my wife and I headed north out of Pinedale.
The moon was rising at 106 degrees off magnetic north which meant it was not going to rise over the mountains because it was so far to the southeast.
So we headed north to change our perspective with real success.
The moon rose on the north shoulder of Temple Peak, a 12,972 foot peak, which anchors the southern end of the range.
We drove about 45 miles but it was worth it.