My husband and I were on a road trip to Wyoming from Vancouver and stopped here. As a tree biologist, I found it fascinating to see that these now petrified conifers had once thrived here in this place that is now a desert. There were also some really nice wildflowers. I am convinced that desert flowers are the most spectacular, probably just because they stand out so much in the landscape. This was also just a great place to get out and take a 30 minute walk to stretch your legs. Definitely recommend if you are passing by!
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