Monday, July 7, 2014

I adore Wyoming.

Dines, Wyoming is an abandoned coal mining town.

Some of the buildings' structures are fairly well intact.

exploring the unpaved parts of Wyoming

As my grandpa said: "It's hard to believe the world is overpopulated when you're driving around out here."

I forget the name of this pass, but I will find it soon. It is a natural pass through the mountains that the pioneers used so that they didn't have to cross the moutains. It was very neat to see. The road, even after being somewhat taken care of, is rugged and rough -- I cannot imagine towing a handcart through it.

wild horses!

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