My first impression of Wyoming is that it is a rough environment to live in.
The day we crossed the state line we drove into a mass of fog that went on and on.
Apparently this is a regular occurrence in the Cheyenne area.
I managed to get a few, good photos though.
Then we got into an area that looked like desert surrounded by mountain peaks to me.
There were many, wooden fences for catching snow when prevailing winds blow it hard enough to make it impossible to see the road.
Most of the area we drove through was around 8000 feet above sea level.
Sometimes during the winter, highway 80 gets closed down because of snow.
Of course, all that wind makes for a great environment to build huge, power producing turbines.
It’s a good place for an oil refinery, too.
There is a certain rough beauty to Wyoming, but I’m not sure I want to see it in winter.
Until next time, readers,
Drive safely ☺