We had a slow morning in Worland. Bryn was working with the computer more, making sure she could do all of the photo downloads and power point that she will need to do on her own this week. When we finally got going, we found that the main street through town was a happening place. There was a Farmers' Market plus a parade for the 100th anniversary of the founding of Washakie County. Lots of little floats, lots of candy and other items being thrown, plus Miss Wyoming.
Then a quick visit to the local library's booksale. We have to support libraries! After these distractions, we finally got to the Washakie Museum where we saw great geological, paleontological, and archaeological exhibits, plus some fine Native American art.
The A&W Root Beer was a great lunch stop, then we left Worland. We had a great drive through the Painted Desert, a surprise at the south edge of the Big Horn Basin. Then into the mountains and up to Cody.