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Wish You Were Here: The Middle of Nowhere in Wyoming

March 26, 2014 at 11:12 AM | by | ()

One of the best things about traveling is riding down roads less-traveled and one state in the U.S.A that's perfect for doing that is Wyoming. It's one of the least densely populated states and offers up a big sky and gorgeous surroundings, not to mention a little slice of the wild, wild West. Fresh air, mountain scenery, outdoor adventures and wildlife are all in the cards for a trip to this western state.

We snapped this shot while out riding the plains, not on horseback, but four-wheelers. Just about an hour from Yellowstone National Park and a view of never-ending prairie land in front, we thought this "little" cabin was a perfect image to represent the area.

With limited air service to Wyoming, the best way to see it in all its glory is to plan a good old American road-trip. Making tracks across the entire rectangular state from regional rodeos to Jackson Hole and the Tetons, the Cowboy State has an adventure for everyone. Except for those who love escalators, since the state sports only two, one in a shopping mall and one in an airport. We'll stick to the outdoors.

Wish you were here!

[Photo: Jaunted]

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