Dabi checks out some of Wyoming’s smallest towns!

Duckcathlon,GSMWphotos — Tags: , , , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ 12:31 pm

Dabi and 29 of her Girl Scout friends stop for a photo in Emblem, Wyoming (population 10!)

Dabi’s been spotted traveling the Wyoming highways, and recently took a trip with Girl Scout troops 1175 (of Story), 1333, 1334, 1015 (of Sheridan), and 1689 (of Tongue River) to the Journey Through Girl Scouting celebration in Cody.

Dabi and her traveling companions gain elevation at Granite Pass!

The caravan stopped in Emblem, Wyoming on their way home to nearly quadruple the town’s population!

They also stopped at Granite Pass in the Big Horn Mountains to say “Hi!” to a moose and check out the snow.

Dabi visits Buford, Wyoming, touted as the nation’s smallest town.

Dabi took another adventure with Troop 1351 of Cheyenne, Wyoming, for a hike around Vedauwoo, a place of great beauty and interesting rock formations located off Interstate 80 between Cheyenne and Laramie.

The closest town to Vedauwoo is Buford, Wyoming, with a population of ONE!

Has your Dabi visited a small town or a place of high elevation? Compete in the Great Girl Scout Duckcathalon and let us know by emailing photos and descriptions to dabi@gsmw.org.

  1. Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming says:

    For those who may be interested, here’s a great feature from NBC news on Buford!