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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Evening Light On The Absaroka Mountains

Evening sun strikes the Absaroka mountains in northwest Wyoming. The Chief Joseph Scenic Byway winds through the mountains connecting the town of Cody, Wyoming with the Beartooth Highway and the Northeast Gate of Yellowstone National Park
Evening sun strikes the Absaroka mountains in northwest Wyoming. The Chief Joseph Scenic Byway winds through the mountains connecting the town of Cody, Wyoming with the Beartooth Highway and the Northeast Gate of Yellowstone National Park
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Guard Tower – Heart Mountain War Relocation Center

The guard tower still stands at the site of the Heart Mountain War Relocation Center near Cody, Wyoming. Named after nearby Heart Mountain, the center was one of ten concentration camps used for the internment of Japanese Americans evicted from the West Coast Exclusion Zone during World War II. The camp interned a total of 13,997 Japanese-Americans during its three-year existence.
The guard tower still stands at the site of the Heart Mountain War Relocation Center near Cody, Wyoming. Named after nearby Heart Mountain, the center was one of ten concentration camps used for the internment of Japanese Americans evicted from the West Coast Exclusion Zone during World War II. The camp interned a total of 13,997 Japanese-Americans during its three-year existence.
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