Category Archives: Wyoming

Devil’s Tower

One hell of an interesting rock formation is Devil’s Tower, located in northeastern Wyoming.  Rising 1,267 ft. over its surrounding terrain, Devil’s Tower isn’t difficult to spot from the approaching roads. It is worth the quick stop and walk-around for … Continue reading

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Yellowstone is the suburbia of national parks; its vastness spreads across more than one state and the substantial distance between the sites, trailheads, and camping grounds make me wonder if its visitors spend more time in their cars or the … Continue reading

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Grand Teton

Driving north for only half a day completely transformed our surroundings with Wyoming’s alpine mountains, dense forests, year-round snow, and countless lakes replacing Southern Utah’s endless deserts, dry canyons, and wind-sculpted rock formations.  Although quite the opposite of where we’d … Continue reading

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