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Wide open Wyoming

We’re on our way to Lander, about 200 miles northwest of Laramie, just below the Wind River Indian Reservation. It’s a beautiful day but there are signs of the vicious Wyoming weather everywhere. I have a feeling we’re going to lose signal once we turn north at Rawlins, so I may not be able to post again today.

Wow. AT&T is not my friend this week. My cell phone died yesterday and today it’s taking ages to upload photos. So much for the wide open spaces being beneficial to cell signals.

Funny billboard that I didn’t get a shot of had a cowboy talking on a cell and the slogan “phone, phone on the range.”

Just passed Sinclair, Wyoming, where oil is pumped from the ground and natural gas burned off into the sky.

Harnessing wind power in Arlington.

Harnessing wind power in Arlington.

We want to say thanks to Annie and Carl for the great tips and dinner last night, and wish Annie well on her first day of work today!

Elk Mountain, the only major peak between Laramie and Rawlins.

Elk Mountain, the only major peak between Laramie and Rawlins.

Well, it took so long to upload those photos that now we’re in Rawlins!

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