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Knight Hall on the University of Wyoming campus. (Trevor Trujillo/TSM)
Knight Hall on the University of Wyoming campus. (Trevor Trujillo/TSM)
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Knight Hall

Knight Hall is one of those "Wonders within a Wonder". The University of Wyoming is home to this spectacular sandstone structure, located in Laramie, Wyoming, on Ivinson Avenue...

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Laramie Peak (Wikipedia- Wusel007)
Laramie Peak (Wikipedia- Wusel007)
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Laramie Peak

It is truly one of the most-recognizable natural landmarks in Wyoming. And it has been serving the locals in northeastern Albany County as such for thousands of years. Laramie Peak is the highest point in the Laramie Range rising to a height of 10,274 feet. And it is most unique at the peak, made up of a stack of massive granite boulders.

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(©2009 Jonathan Green/@modestholdings)
(©2009 Jonathan Green/@modestholdings)
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The Durham Buffalo Ranch

This is truly "where the buffalo roam", at Durham Ranch. Long-known as the largest private buffalo herd in existence, this sprawling 65-thousand-acre sanctuary is located in the northeastern part of the state, near Wright, Wyoming...

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Squaretop Mountain in the Wind River Range. (G._Thomas via Wikipedia)
Squaretop Mountain in the Wind River Range. (G._Thomas via Wikipedia)
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Squaretop Mountain

Squaretop Mountain is another of Wyoming's famous landmarks, a truly natural feature, a gigantic monolith, shaped by glaciers, that towers over the headwaters of the spectacular Green River...

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The original JCPenney store in Kemmerer. (Bernd00/Wikipedia)
The original JCPenney store in Kemmerer. (Bernd00/Wikipedia)
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J. C. Penney

It was April of 1902, when James Cash Penney put his life savings into a tiny retail store in the small mining town of Kemmerer, Wyoming...

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The Hotel Higgins in Glenrock. (Andrew Farkas/Wikipedia)
The Hotel Higgins in Glenrock. (Andrew Farkas/Wikipedia)
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Hotel Higgins

It has achieved some sort of "rockstar" status, with a century of history and a single-moniker nickname. "The Higgins", is what many know today as the Higgins Hotel, and was born Hotel Higgins...

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Keyhole State Park. (Wyoming Department of Administration and Information)
Keyhole State Park. (Wyoming Department of Administration and Information)
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Keyhole State Park

It may not have the backdrop of the jagged peaks of the spectacular Tetons in the northwestern corner of Wyoming. But this Wonder does have the beautiful setting of the Black Hills, and of course, another Wonder of Wyoming, Devil's Tower, in clear view...

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The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan. (IreneWyo/Wikipedia)
The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan. (IreneWyo/Wikipedia)
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The Trail End State Historic Site

It celebrates its own Centennial of sorts this year. This magnificent structure was truly an end-of-the-trail mansion, completed in 1913...

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The 2012 Legends of Rawhide. (Legends of Rawhide)
The 2012 Legends of Rawhide. (Legends of Rawhide)
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Legend of Rawhide

This is an annual summertime ritual, a yearly celebration, up in Lusk, Wyoming. The Legend of Rawhide is a Niobrara County pageant that includes all of the traditional statehood celebration events...

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Members of the band with Governor Mead. (Governor's Office)
Members of the band with Governor Mead. (Governor's Office)
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The Wyoming High School All State Marching Band

The very first Wyoming High School All State Marching Band performed in 1990, as part of the Wyoming State Centennial. And just ten years later, at the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, the Wyoming High School All State Marching Band, numbering more than 500 members, became the largest marching band ever to perform there...

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