A View From the Rim Rocks

I really haven’t had an opportunity to travel much of late with all the wedding planning.  But, back in September, I was able to visit one of my favorite places around here.  It’s the rim rocks in Midwest, Wyoming.  You can see for miles and the views are amazing!  I wanted to share with you some of the photos I took.

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Rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

 

Rim rock, Midwest, Wyoming

Rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

View from the rim rocks.  Dust trail on a country road.

View from the rim rocks. Dust trail on a country road.

View from rim rocks.  Midwest, Wyoming

View from rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

Rim rocks.  Midwest, Wyoming

Rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

Stacked rock on the rim rocks.  Midwest, Wyoming

Stacked rock on the rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

View from the rim rocks.  Midwest, Wyoming

View from the rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

View from the rim rocks.  Midwest, Wyoming

View from the rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

Nest in the side of the rim rocks.  Midwest, Wyoming

Nest in the side of the rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

Stacked rock on top of the rim rocks.  Midwest, Wyoming

Stacked rock on top of the rim rocks. Midwest, Wyoming

View of the neighboring rim rock with colorful foliage.  Midwest, Wyoming

View of the neighboring rim rock with colorful foliage. Midwest, Wyoming

Table rock teetering on the edge.  Lunch anyone?  Midwest, Wyoming

Table rock teetering on the edge. Lunch anyone? Midwest, Wyoming

More stacked rock with beautiful fall foliage.  Midwest, Wyoming

More stacked rock with beautiful fall foliage. Midwest, Wyoming

View of neighboring rim rock.  Midwest, Wyoming

View of neighboring rim rock. Midwest, Wyoming

Just on the outskirts of the small town of Edgerton, there are faces carved into the side of a rock.  Locals call it the Rushmore of Edgerton.  I was unable to find out who carved this, how long ago, and why.  I'll have to keep digging.

Just on the outskirts of the small town of Edgerton, there are faces carved into the side of a rock. Locals call it the Rushmore of Edgerton. I was unable to find out who carved this, how long ago, and why. I’ll have to keep digging.

More Rushmore of Edgerton.

More Rushmore of Edgerton.

Rushmore of Edgerton.  Edgerton, Wyoming

Rushmore of Edgerton. Edgerton, Wyoming

 

 




 

 

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