Saturday, June 6, 2009

Rawlins, Part II (WY)

After lunch, what better way is there to spend your afternoon than going to a prison museum, especially if it is the Wyoming State Penitentiary where the South Facility is still home to over 1,800 criminals? None.

The museum itself was one of the most ghetto things I've ever seen. Many of the displays were labeled with printed computer paper pasted to cardboard paper unevenly, much like a middle school science fair trifold board. But at least there was a plethora of shanks that are preserved:

Web and I also got to experience the hardships of prison life:

We also found some more mystery rodents in the prisoner graveyard:

After our stop at the prison, we filled up on gas an headed to Utah, and passed by some cool rocks like this one:

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