There is not much by way of towns and people in WY, but it is splendid in its landscape and history. One of its most well know residents was a cowboy rancher who lived outside of town... his name, Butch Cassiddy. This little town of Dubois in NW Wyoming has both, landscape and history. Driving into town i quickly noticed what seamed to be a mineshaft.
After a little inquiry it turns out that this cave was for refrigeration. Back in the day of horses and cowboys, this hold in the side of the sandstone wall kept things cold.
It also has a little more sinister side too. The cliff was used as a hanging trellis for capitol punishment.
Although locals butcher the name and pronounce it like dew-boyz, rather than dOOb-waa, the town has some character to it.
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