Medicine Bow Mountains

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Med·i·cine Bow Mountains

 (mĕd′ĭ-sĭn bō′)
A range of the eastern Rocky Mountains in southeast Wyoming and northern Colorado.
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She passed over Pieria and fair Emathia, and went on and on till she came to the snowy ranges of the Thracian horsemen, over whose topmost crests she sped without ever setting foot to ground.
Ulysses answered, "Madam, I have foresworn rugs and blankets from the day that I left the snowy ranges of Crete to go on shipboard.
The mountains reflect the Snowy Range where we first started in Centennial, WY.
Snowy Range Road (WYO 130) over the high country of the Snowy Range has closed for the season.
Renee's new series, The Snowy Range Chronicles is rugged and paints a picture of modern life in the west.
When Aaron and Becky Maddox bought Snowy Range Ski and Recreation Area from the bank in 2010--and saved it from foreclosure in the process--their goal was simple: "We wanted to bring skiing back to people like us," Becky says.
Moose in Wyoming occupy 3 distinct ranges: 1) Bighorn Mountain Range in north-central Wyoming, 2) the Snowy Range and Sierra Madre Ranges of southeast and south-central Wyoming, and 3) western Wyoming among comparatively connected mountain ranges from the Utah border north through Yellowstone National Park (Fig.
When winter brings its quiet snow to the northern Colorado border, Susannah Wright watches her kids catch the bus, then puts the car in gear for a 90-minute drive to the Snowy Range west of Laramie, Wyoming.
Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival: 307.766.2164;;
Snowy Range (Seattle Slew-November Snow) barren tif Swain
His knowledge and love of landscapes extended well beyond this continent to favorite spots like Hawaii, New Zealand, the Snowy Range of Australia, the Alps, Scandinavia, and the high Andes of South America.
Then it seemed to me the Sierra should be called not the Nevada, or Snowy Range, but the Range of Light.