While much of the state looks like this, with these wooden thingies we had never seen before (we can only assume they were to keep the snow away from the road?) and deserty-looking plains,
There was also this: wind farms and snow-capped mountains in the distance,
And this: red bluffs and plateaus with rivers and reservoires.
Ah, Casper. There's a funny little story that could go here involving a school bus, a false accusation, and the nicest highway patrolman ever, who gave our kids Wyoming Highway Patrol change holders, but I probably don't need to go into that. :)
Five pictures are not even close to being enough to highlight this state of only half a million hardy souls, but it's all I've got. What a beautiful, stark, lonely place to be. I'm glad I finally spent 15 hours there!