As you approach the tower you are in doubt that the site you’ve seen in the photos is really there. Wyoming is one of the less populated zone of the United States, and that becomes clear when you cross it. Hundreds of miles without a single yellow steppe people crossed by a highway and a railroad, which travels hundreds of wagon trains filled with coal. Occasionally you find a group of cows hidden from the sun under a tree or the entrance to a ranch, but otherwise the plain continues almost endless. At the very last moment the landscape begins to change. More trees, more green, a river and passing a hump in the background it appears the tower.