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Miners Delight Ghost Town

South Pass is in Wyoming and there is a Ghost Town that is in an out of the way picturesque setting. As you walk around and try to imagine what it would have been like to live there so long ago. 26 more words

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead Signs 'AG Gag' Law Criminalizing Documenting of Farming Abuses

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has signed into law legislation designed to crack down on whistleblowers and journalists, or “trespassers,” who attempt to document without permission food safety or animal welfare violations on private property. 497 more words

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The Empty Chair

Graduation.

Walking in,

my best friend at my side.

Looking at all the faces

family..

friends..

acquaintances..

Then that empty chair.

Anniversary.

One year to be exact. 163 more words

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Sabbatical over.

Let’s address the elephant in the room. I’m sorry for the hiatus. It was super uncool of me to leave you like that. But sometimes, you need a break. 441 more words

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Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone

As Yellowstone’s largest hot spring (370 feet across), the Grand Prismatic Spring caught my attention with its diverse textures, colors, and—I must admit—the smell. You can walk right over the spring, thanks to raised boardwalks that get you as close as you can get. 148 more words

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3 Surprising Animal Encounters at Yellowstone

Yellowstone has the largest population of wild animals I’ve ever seen in a park! That, and the fact that many animals are somewhat accustomed to humans, means you have a pretty good chance of encountering these animals in unexpected ways. 271 more words

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Yellowstone: My Favorite Place in the USA

Fortune (and my mom) gave me the chance to visit the USA’s first-ever national park not once, but three times from 2004 to 2006. The first visit introduced me to sights so different from anything I had ever seen before that I begged to return each of the two following years. 356 more words

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