The Black Hills have some of the most beautiful sunsets during the spring time. Devils Tower is framed in the distance by these wonderful colors.(Jane/Flickr – click to enlarge)

Devils Tower at Sunset

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  1. Just returned from a two week trip, spent in the beautiful state of Wyoming. As impressive as the scenery, and wildlife is, I was even more impressed with the people. Everywhere we went, we found the people to be friendly, and helpful. This was especially true in the small, out-of-the-way towns, and communities. If you’ve limited your tour of Wyoming to Jackson, the Tetons, and Yellowstone, you’ve missed much of what this state has to offer.

    JR Hopper
    Hoover, AL