Reading Braille Along The Trail

A trail user reads one of the Braille signs along the Braille Trail in Beck Lake Park in Cody, Wyoming The signage along the 1/4-mile trail discusses the natural features of the area in both printed English and Braille. The location of the signs is made evident to those walking the trail through the use of bricks that change the tactile surface, indicating to a blind user that there is a sign to be read.
A trail user reads one of the Braille signs along the Braille Trail in Beck Lake Park in Cody, Wyoming The signage along the 1/4-mile trail discusses the natural features of the area in both printed English and Braille. The location of the signs is made evident to those walking the trail through the use of bricks that change the tactile surface, indicating to a blind user that there is a sign to be read.
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Braille Trail In Beck Lake Park

Beck Lake Park in Cody, Wyoming features a Braille Trail, for visually-impaired visitors. The signage along the 1/4-mile trail discusses the natural features of the area in both printed English and Braille. The location of the signs is made evident to those walking the trail through the use of bricks that change the tactile surface, indicating to a blind user that there is a sign to be read.
Beck Lake Park in Cody, Wyoming features a Braille Trail, for visually-impaired visitors. The signage along the 1/4-mile trail discusses the natural features of the area in both printed English and Braille. The location of the signs is made evident to those walking the trail through the use of bricks that change the tactile surface, indicating to a blind user that there is a sign to be read.
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Tears Of The Arizona

Remains of the USS Arizona can be seen just below the water in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Arizona continues to leak oil, which rises to the surface and is sometimes referred to as "tears of the Arizona" or "black tears." The USS Arizona was bombed 15 minutes into Japan's attach on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, costing the lives of 1,177 sailors and Marines. Its sunken remains lie on the bottom of the harbor to this day.
Remains of the USS Arizona can be seen just below the water in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Arizona continues to leak oil, which rises to the surface and is sometimes referred to as “tears of the Arizona” or “black tears.” The USS Arizona was bombed 15 minutes into Japan’s attach on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, costing the lives of 1,177 sailors and Marines. Its sunken remains lie on the bottom of the harbor to this day.
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Island Of Summer

The Beartooth mountains reflect i n Island lake along the Beartooth Highway,. The highway, which rises to almost 11,000 feet, runs between Montana and Wyoming.,
The Beartooth mountains reflect i n Island lake along the Beartooth Highway,. The highway, which rises to almost 11,000 feet, runs between Montana and Wyoming.,
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Island Of Clouds

The Beartooth mountains reflect i n Island lake along the Beartooth Highway,. The highway, which rises to almost 11,000 feet, runs between Montana and Wyoming.,
The Beartooth mountains reflect i n Island lake along the Beartooth Highway,. The highway, which rises to almost 11,000 feet, runs between Montana and Wyoming.,
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Unfenced

An old broken fence board sits at the edge of a field along the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway. The Byway runs between Cody, Wyoming and the southern end of the Beartooth Highway.
An old broken fence board sits at the edge of a field along the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway. The Byway runs between Cody, Wyoming and the southern end of the Beartooth Highway.
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Along The High Lakes Trail

The Beartooth mountains reflect on a small lake along the High Lakes Trail. The mountains sit on the Beartooth Plateau, and the Beartooth Highway, which crosses from southcentral Montana to northwest Wyoming, climbs to over 11,000 feet as it crosses the range.
The Beartooth mountains reflect on a small lake along the High Lakes Trail. The mountains sit on the Beartooth Plateau, and the Beartooth Highway, which crosses from southcentral Montana to northwest Wyoming, climbs to over 11,000 feet as it crosses the range.
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