Just to keep you on top of things, we’re in Wyoming now, and we’ve surpassed the 1,000 mile mark! This is our fifth, and squarest state. It’s also the last state, alphabetically. Little known fact: I can sing all the states in alphabetical order. Slightly less known fact: so can Andy. Pretty widely known fact: everyone who was ever in elementary school choir can sing the states in alphabetical order.

This is what we know about Wyoming: sometimes, the cities that have the smallest font size on the map aren’t really there at all. There’s a lot of nothing out here, but it’s a lot of beautiful nothing. There may be 40 miles between towns, but at least the road turns, and the variety of landscape is rich in color. It’s hilly, and the entire state doesn’t get below 5,000 feet or so. We’re currently in Farson, and we’re crossing the South Pass to make it to Lander tonight. This will be where we cross the Continental Divide! Yee-Haw!

Wyoooooming!

Wyoooooming!