This week we fetched our daughter from the Wyoming ranch where she was working and brought her to the place where she will attend a university. This involved a day of solid driving. So how did we break up the monotony?
Actually, it was one of the most beautiful drives I've been on, as storm clouds were low enough to catch on the mountains but light enough to still let the day's color shine through.
Still, we didn't have time to explore--just shoot from the road and move on.
We arrived at the ranch to meet the welcoming committee. She was friendly at first, but didn't want to pose for me more than this one shot.
Then it was back again, with a quick stop for dinner in a Wyoming diner. It had this framed sign over the counter:
Please keep them holstered unless needed.
If the need arises, careful aiming is appreciated.
I'm a Wyoming native, and I'm still not sure how seriously to take some of the signs I see there.