The scenery of the drive alone was well worth the drive through Meteetse, the Wind River Canyon, Thermopolis and down to Shoshoni. In town we used the rest rooms at a gas station / convenience store that was just jam packed with other people with the same idea. Then we drove just north of town and found a country dirt driveway to a field that appeared not to be used much, so we backed the truck into it (just outside the fence) and a good 40-50 feet from the highway. A Wyoming Highway Patrolman drove by several times and did not seem to mind our presence there, so we stayed.
We turned the bed of the truck toward the sun, opened the tailgate and put two deck chairs on the bed, and tied a beach umbrella to the step handhold for some shade, then waited for the grand event to unfold.
When it did we took photos with all three cameras... Mary's Lumix, Bill's Canon and Iphone7 (with solar glasses over them) except when the total sun was blocked. Then with the show over, we went back home.