In Sinks Canyon State park the river runs downhill and disappears into this cavern.
After Sinks Canyon we stopped at the Cowfish Brewery to taste the brews. some of the artwork from the brewery. Then stopped at this Indian art gallery/store. John with a buffalo out front and a Teepee.
Inside the Indian Art Gallery are some amazing beaded pieces among other things a beaded whole horse rigging, and a case of beaded moccasins. Amazing art work. Then we went back to Riverton, the Rendezvous City.
I dropped John off and went to these two museums in Riverton. The top photo is from the Wind River Heritage Center. There was a huge display of mounted local animals,an extensive collection of traps-including this man trap and 50 period-dressed wax figures of notable westerners. I took a tour and all was explained to me. Very interesting. The bottom photo is from the Riverton Museum which interprets the story of 20th century homesteaders who brought the town to life in 1906. It is housed in a historic church. I especially liked the double headed calf with an extra leg in the tail area.
Sunset over the lake at the Rendezvous site tonight.