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Spirit Mountain Cave repairs in February. (BLM)
Spirit Mountain Cave repairs in February. (BLM)
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Spirit Mountain

Spirit Mountain took its name centuries ago, when Indians dubbed it so. They believed the steam that spews from caves in the mountain was the breath of a spirit...

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The Ice Clough. (Jonathan Wheeler via Panoramio)
The Ice Clough. (Jonathan Wheeler via Panoramio)
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The Ice Slough

The Ice Slough is an amazing natural Wonder. It has been an oasis of sorts for centuries, for those that happen onto it. And it really became a welcome landmark for travelers along the Oregon Trail during the Great Migration in the mid-1800's...

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Animals under observation at the Sybille Wildlife Research Center. (Wyoming Game & Fish Department)
Animals under observation at the Sybille Wildlife Research Center. (Wyoming Game & Fish Department)
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Sybille Wildlife Research Center

The Sybille Wildlife Research Center is a nationally-reknowned facility that first began work in 1952. Floyd Blunt was the director back then, and since, the SWRC has contributed more than 200 research projects to conservation, all under the guidance of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department...

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Lower Falls. (Scott Catron/Wikipedia)
Lower Falls. (Scott Catron/Wikipedia)
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Lower Falls

There are a number of Wonders of Wyoming in Yellowstone National Park, but this one just might be the most spectacular and downright breathtaking of all...

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The Cloud Peak Wilderness. (Ttharp/Wikipedia)
The Cloud Peak Wilderness. (Ttharp/Wikipedia)
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Cloud Peak Wilderness

The Cloud Peak Wilderness has been maintained as a primitive area since 1932, and in 1984 it received official wilderness status. This is 195-thousand acres of spectacular scenery and a wildlife wonderland, named for the highest peak in the Bighorn National Forest...

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130402 Black Hills Cheyenne Stage
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The Cheyenne-Deadwood Trail

From January of 1876 to February of 1887, the Cheyenne-Deadwood Trail was one of the busiest routes in the Wyoming Territory. It was a 200-mile stretch that became a thorofare for travellers, freight and mail between the two frontier outposts of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Deadwood, South Dakota...

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The Rawlins Uplift. Rawlins is bottom center, with I-80 visible. (Google Maps)
The Rawlins Uplift. Rawlins is bottom center, with I-80 visible. (Google Maps)
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The Rawlins Uplift

The Rawlins Uplift has been morphing for billions of years. It's a geological wonder that rises a thousand feet above the surrounding plains, just north of Rawlins, Wyoming...

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A Boomerang front page from 1891.
A Boomerang front page from 1891.
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Edgar Wilson “Bill” Nye

By 1890, the year of Wyoming Statehood, this clever and talented writer had become one of the most famous and beloved journalists in America...

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Battle Lake. (Vimeo)
Battle Lake. (Vimeo)
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Battle Lake

Battle Lake Wyoming from Beauregard, Steamboat Aerials on Vimeo.

This is a wonderful little spot in southern Wyoming, just a few miles north of the Colorado border in the Medicine Bow National Forest...

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The Lake Yellowstone Hotel. (Acroterion/Wikipedia)
The Lake Yellowstone Hotel. (Acroterion/Wikipedia)
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Lake Yellowstone Hotel

Lake Yellowstone Hotel is well into its second century, and still one of the really spectacular lodging establishments in Wyoming. It's the second-largest wood-framed building in North America, and the oldest extant hostelry in Yellowstone Park...

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