42 THINGS I SAW DURING A WEEK-LONG ROAD-TRIP AROUND WYOMING

I spent the past week driving some 1500+ miles around Wyoming, with four days in Yellowstone National Park.
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    The first building we saw in Wyoming. Cliche.
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    A lot of this.
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    Laramie
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    An entire building made of dinosaur fossils at Como Bluff.
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    A lot of these. Note: I'm happy they finally found a way to monetize one of Wyoming's most plentiful resources.
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    Wind River canyon near Thermopolis.
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    Boots for sale.
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    Sign on a closed sporting goods store in Cody.
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    ... and an explanation.
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    The restaurant at Cody's historic Irma Hotel.
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    My pal Grover Cleveland memorabilia on the wall at a breakfast place in Cody.
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    Choices.
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    Buffalo Bill Reservoir
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    Shoshone Canyon.
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    Yellowstone Lake
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    At the brink of Lower Yellowstone Falls.
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    Yellowstone River
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    Another view
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    Roosevelt Arch at North Entrance to YNP.
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    Halfway there!
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    Does anyone else see the face in profile in this steam geyser?
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    Gardiner River
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    Gibbon River
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    Undine Falls on Lava Creek
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    Gardiner River.
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    This old time cash register at Chico Hot Springs (technically not Wyoming as it was in Pray, Montana).
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    A hail storm in Yellowstone.
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    Lodgepole pine forests.
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    Recent wildfires.
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    The famous antler arch in Jackson's town square.
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    Along the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park.
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    Donald Trump Chia, as seen on TV in Pinedale.
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    Still visible wagon ruts from the well used Lander Cutoff on the Oregon Trail south of Pinedale.
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    Abandoned gas station near Rawlins.
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    Last thing we saw from Wyoming as we headed home.