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On October 13, someone placed miniature snowmen on US 16 in Ten Sleep, and they survived the day without getting run over.

--- Quote ---Someone built two miniature snowmen and placed them in the middle of Highway 16 which runs through the community and no one ran over them.

And it’s not like there wasn’t traffic.  There was.

“When I took my pictures, a line of pickups with camp trailers, a semi, and cars went by them very carefully,” said resident Barbara Coutis Lee. “The drivers slowed way down so they wouldn’t hit them.”

Carol Greet, a rancher in the area who originally posted the photos on her ranching-based “Red Dirt In My Soul” page said drivers paid extra caution not to smush to the arctic figurines. ...

The goodwill or the weather didn’t cooperate overnight, however.

She reported that by daybreak, the snowmen had met their demise.
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A group of galloping bison caused this bridge in the Lamar River Valley to sway in Yellowstone. Link to article and video of the stampede on the roadway here:

Max Rockatansky:
Put together something on the Grand Loop Road of Yellowstone National Park.  I did a scan of the AASHTO Database, not even the original US Route definitions had anything on the Grand Loop Road.  It seems it is conclusive at this point that the only US Route segment ever to exist in Yellowstone National Park is US Route 191 in the Gallatin Mountains:


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