So, you probably don’t know this, but in-between Denver and Salt Lake City is a place called “Wyoming.” Apparently, this “Wyoming” is a state. It’s a long state that looks the same the entire time. It’s number one commodity is wind. (Wind is currently selling at $3.19 per gallon.) Winds reached over 60 MPH as we were driving through. Signs on Highway 80 said, “Hey, stupid family in the RV, you are most likely going to die if you keep driving in this wind.” Given that the signs seemed to almost be speaking directly to us, we pulled over and parked at an Exxon. This Exxon was very fortunately placed, as there is nothing else for a 78-mile radius. We weren’t sure how long winds last in Wyoming, perhaps year-round, so we prepared to live at the Exxon on a full-time basis. Three hours later, we decided the chance of death was worth it. We hit the road.