Grey or Gray Water?
The headwaters of the Greys River to the south of Alpine, Wyoming.
Would the proper term be Gray's River grey water? Or Grey's River gray water? Obviously this is not the River... but Grey Water left in the middle of the road.
Just finished with two pickup loads of yard pruning to the City Dump... You would want to take a break as well. :)
What is your opinion. Legal? Not Legal? How do you know?
No... I did not have a fly rod to test any trout activity. But....
Do you have similar photos? We had to back up and turn around.
Oregon Buttes... in Wyoming, of course 2016
2016 Wyoming Adventure. The Oregon Trail went through here. You do not see Oregon Buttes behind the photographer, but they are there.
The next two are what were 'behind the curtain', so to take from the Wizard of Oregon Buttes.
Oregon Buttes are located north of Farson, Wyoming. Not Oregon. Pioneers did not have maps and giving the Buttes the name... gave them encouragement they were 'almost at the End of the Road'.
Well, ask those who made it to Oregon Buttes. Half of the original group DID.
This was the NEXT STOP after camping along the Grey's / Grey's River where the fly fishing was just fine and tasted even better fried.
It depends on your lexicon. Grey is the Queen’s English whereas gray is American English. John Grey a Mohawk Guide is the gentleman the river got its name from.
A is for America
E is for Europe
E is also for horses of that color or white.
What's in a name?
My son's name is Gray. Therefore, we always spell the name of the color (or is it colour?:confused:) with an "e", irregardless (See what I did there:question: Oops, that was the other thread making fun of English language. Nevermind.) of which continent we may be on.
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