A group of friends enjoy warm water and an unseasonably warm evening in a hot spring on the edge of Thermopolis on Feb. 19 (Sophia Jensen)

A group of friends gathered to enjoy unseasonably warm weather and naturally warm water in a hot springs on the edge of Thermopolis. On Saturday, Feb. 19, at dusk, the mineral blue water of the spring contrasted with the red rock bluffs that surround this central Wyoming town.

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Andrew Graham is reporting for WyoFile from Laramie. He covers state government, energy and the economy. Reach him at 443-848-8756 or at andrew@wyofile.com, follow him @AndrewGraham88

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