Miles pass quickly when the speed limit is 80 mph. In spite of beginning our travels on Friday of the Labor Day weekend, traffic has been light. No accidents have been observed. State Troopers were not seen at all until Idaho. As always, Magic is Mr. Steady: Never sleeps in the car, minds his own business, no surprises, a very steady and level Border collie.
My last visit to (famous or infamous?) Wall Drug was some 30 years past. Sort of like a mini-amusement park now. The patrons could be “movie extras” for zombies in “Dawn of the Dead.” If you’re in a hurry, DO NOT enter Wall Drug…
Devils Tower in Wyoming. Looks much bigger from a distance. A lot of hornets attracted to all of the bug scum on the front of vehicles. $20 entry fee.
At the WELCOME TO WYOMING Center. Magic found the Mountain Lion sculpture very interesting.
Gillette, Wyoming has a lot of art and sculpture. This piece entitled “ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS,” is positioned outside the local newspaper.
Built in 1901, the Northern Pacific Terminal in Missoula, Montana has been converted to private offices. No more passenger trains come calling. Heavy coal train and freight train traffic.