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The Second World

I’ve never considered myself to be a wildlife artist, even though I love being out in Nature. Not that there isn’t really a lot of good wildlife artwork out there, but making it was just never my thing. 367 more words

Todd's Artwork

The Road to Cody

The road to Cody, WY was magnificent. The further away from Devil’s Tower I drove, the more I left the grasslands behind me. With it, I saw that I was climbing in elevation. 872 more words

Road Trip Home


One of the towns that we passed through on this last trip was Cody, Wyoming.  Even though we were there for less than an hour we found it to be a very pleasant little place.   337 more words

Black And White

Beartooth Pass & Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, MT & WY

This trip re-cap is taking forever, sorry! I just keep doing fun new things that bump my Montana and Wyoming posts back in the queue. I can’t complain about that, though! 231 more words

Road Trips

Gillette, WY to Cody, WY – A Blissfully Lonesome Highway

Wyoming is the least populous, and the second least densely populated, of the 50 United States.

It can appear a desolate, melancholic place, particularly under heavy skies, but I felt this was its true heart and soul, and this suited me in my solitary pursuit. 188 more words

Road Trip USA

Rare September snow causes damage to trees and power outages in some areas

An old Ford pickup is covered in a fresh layer of snow Thursday on Casper Mountain. Much of northern Wyoming was shown the first signs of winter Thursday, with snowfall ranging from flurries at lower elevations to as much as 10 inches in mountain areas. 53 more words

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