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The foyer in a house built over a creek, in Wyoming. Built from reclaimed wood, a concept developed by artist Debbie Petersen and her late husband. The home’s geo-thermal cooling system uses a pump to channel ground water through conduits under the house, which doesn’t just save energy - it also creates the innovative glass-covered indoor stream. Photo: Roger Wade
33 places to swim in the world’s clearest water
Jenny Lake, Wyoming Jenny Lake sits right below the peak of Grand Teton and is a landmark for many hiking trails, backcountry trails, and climbing routes. Despite the fact that motorboats are allowed on the lake, its waters are still considered “pristine.”
'Road Leading to Devil's Tower National Monument, Wyoming, USA' Photographic Print - Carol Polich | AllPosters.com
Devils Tower, Wyoming. The tower was created by volcanic activity. This was a sacred place for the Indian Nation. Old legend has it that the land rose to protect a helpless girl from a bear attack. While there we would see Indian offerings scattered throughout the park. Peaceful and mystical place to visit.