By Avery Howe
Staff Intern 

Five veterans biking their way across Wyoming


August 5, 2021

COURTESY/Sharon Waters

At Sunday's American Legion picnic in Worland's developing Veterans Park on Yellowstone Avenue, retired Army Colonel Jay Waters, shakes the hand of Jim Andersen, a member of Sons of American Legion, Squadron 44. Army and Navy veteran Joe Delagarza, at far right, is also a part of the veteran group biking the Great American Rail Trail with the organization Warrior Expeditions.

Many bikers can be seen braving the Wyoming highways this summer, appreciating the exercise, companionship and often promoting a good cause. For five of those individuals, Wyoming is far from the first stop.

Jay Waters is one of a group of veterans biking the Great American Rail Trail, 3,700 miles between the steps of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. and Olympic National Park in Washington...

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