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... are all covered in dust!
Jackson looked like a fun place to stay. The famous arches are made of elk antlers which are shed naturally after the fall rut each year. They are gathered up by the Boy Scouts and auctioned off each year. The proceeds are used to buy food for the neighbouring Elk Refuge to support the elk over the Winter.
We stopped for a coffee in a café and were amused to see coverage of the Nudge Unit that apparently ...
... on the secondary highways allowed for beautiful scenery. Ryder was in absolute heaven seeing all of the potatoes growing in the fields!
After the Pallisades dam we stopped in Alpine, WY. to fill up the truck and stretch our legs. Next up - Auburn. When we chose Auburn as a name I knew that it was small but I didn’t realize just how small it actually is, population 225. It was so ...
... so we got on to I80 and headed for Rock Springs. We saw some very interesting clouds and skies along the way, especially around Elk Mountain. Continuing across, we actually saw some sunshine, then right back into rain. It is getting warmer, though. Even at 6975 feet, it is 53F. We crossed the Continental Divide at 7000 feet, at 4:47 pm local time, so now we are officially in the west. It was a long drive across, but we finally made it to Rock Springs around ...
... despite some significant doctrinal differences.
Particularly interesting were the acoustics in the building in which the acclaimed Mormon Tabernacle Choir practices and performs. From the pulpit, one can speak in a normal voice without any amplification and be heard clearly by everyone in the audience--the speaker does not even need to be facing the audience.
The grounds are immaculate and well ...
... truly is incredible. Wyoming... not so much (so far). Lots of flat land and rolling hills. The upside is that it's a bit easier to drive. We did stop in the historic town of Evanston. It was VERY quiet and equally as quaint and featured some beautiful memorials to a number of wars. The ice cream parlor we snacked at ROCKED!! We found a cell phone on our stroll through town and called "Dad" listed in the contacts. We arranged to ...