The Philosophunculist Travelogue, Part Four: Wyoming
After driving through Nebraska, you’ve had about enough. Then you find out that southeast Wyoming is the same as Nebraska.
Except that you can finally see mountains in the distance. So Wyoming had that going for it.
It is shaped like a square, just like Colorado. Or is a rectangle? All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares, or vice versa. You know what I mean. This state does not have any weird squiggly lines for borders. Just four clean right angles. Yeah, that’s the stuff.
That’s why it was so easy for me to make this map:
You can see the part of the map where none of the action is, denoted by the text ‘This is where none of the action is,’ right? That’s where we passed through.