Living in an extraordinarily beautiful place, hiking is one of my favorite things to do in the summer. While it’s warmer near the plains, when one gets up a few extra thousand feet, it’s cooler and the skies exude an amazing shade of blue. This is “Summer Lovin'” to me! A hike at Vedauwoo Campground Area in Medicine Bow National Forest in southern Wyoming.
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Celebrating it’s 152nd year, the Virginia Dale Stage Station served as a stop along the Overland Trail which went from Atchison, Kansas to Salt Lake City, Utah. Located about 45 miles northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado the station is included in the National Register of Historic Places. I found out about it when I was invited to show my photography at an art show and sale inside the station on July 25-27th.
A percentage of the sales from the show will be used for restoration and preservation of the station. I’m joining ten other artists for the weekend, and our works will be shown in a gallery-like setting in the station. The Virginia Dale Community Club will also be hosting a wine-tasting and a Chili contest that weekend.
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