Across the street from the Ledoux Memorial is a wonderful museum filled with material from the early west in Wyoming. We were really surprised at the extensive collection including this complete one room school! Orinda was wondering if perhaps the education students received back then wasn't better than some things we have today.
This area was a large cattle ranching area and chuck wagons, roundups and cattle drives were the norm. This wagon showed what might be one of the first RVs as it had a stove, sleeping area, and all the comforts of home (and even a wood floor!).
Rick was attracted to the workshop, (of course), and enjoyed looking over the tools that were used on the ranch.
Located near Kaycee is the famous "Hole in the Wall" and the gang of outlaws shown above -- the Hole in the Wall Gang. This group included Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, and more. The Hole in the Wall is still very difficult to get to today and was virtually inaccessible in the late 1800's making a perfect hideout for the gang. Touring the area today, you can still get a great idea of what things were like back then.