We got interested in the Quilt Trail and walked around most of Lusk, further stumbling upon the Stagecoach Museum. The Stagecoach Museum is in a former Wyoming National Guard Armory and houses relics from the 19th-and 20th-centuries when Lusk was a notorious cow town and busy homesteader area.
There are everything from dinosaur bones to a two-headed calf to an old vacuum.
This set has some other Lusk photos as well. We had a great time.
The Library – a beautiful building – and the Lickety Stitch Quilts.