Looking at live cams around the world is a lot of fun and often very informative.

Though at times it does make a person feel like a voyeur.

If you're wondering what's happening across your home state of Wyoming there is a way to do it without ever leaving where you are.

You just need a cell phone or some other type of computer.

Careful, you can spend hours watching.

It's like living in that area and looking out the window as people drive and walk by.

These cameras can also be used for holiday parades in downtown areas or for watching nature out in the wilderness.

Webcamtaxi is one site that provides live cameras from anywhere on the planet. Use that link for their main page.

Here is a live look at downtown Laramie Wyoming.

How about a live cam of Old Faithful in Yellowstone?

If you know when to look you can catch it erupting.

You might also spot some idiot tourist trying to take a bath in those superheated waters.

I tried logging in at night and the shot was black. Because, you know, nighttime happens.

So if you're looking at night it's better to pick places that are lit up like a downtown area.

Want to watch a skier or two fall down?

Plenty of action going on with this live ski cam.

This one is from the Grand Targhee Ski Resort.

You can use this to see if the conditions are good for skiing.

Or you can tune in during busy hours to watch other people ski.

Then you can sit at home and rate their skiing ability like an Olympic judge.

Here is a live cam of one of Wyoming's smallest towns, Baggs.

I'll warn you up front, nothing ever happens in Baggs.

There is absolutely no reason to watch this camera.

Even the camera angle is bad.

Why did someone put a live cam here? I have no idea.

Even if you did spot someone doing something in Baggs, it would be boring.

So don't bother, unless you're into that.

Here's one that might actually be interesting.

The National Elk Refuge here in Wyoming.

If you can catch this while they are migrating you'll be witnessing something grand.

This is a great way to sit in your nice warm house and watch nature.

Since it's easy to cast these videos on your television, you can leave something like this running all day.

In most cases, it's better than looking out your own window.

This is a wind into nature.

We have not even begun.

For the full list of Wyoming webcams use this link.

Also, try Skyline Webcams.

Inside Wyoming Missile Silo For Sale

There are decommissioned missile silos for sale in Wyoming.

Thermal nuclear device not included.

Now why would anyone want to own one of those?

Lets start by looking to the outside, then go in.

Well, because owning one is just such a cool idea.

So lets have a look at what the realtor is offering.

Alcova On Ice

One of Wyoming's most beautiful lakes, seen after weeks of winter storms and sub-zero temperatures.

The ice can be heard making strange noises, from snap, crackle, and pop, to glub glub.

The works of people talking in a normal tone of voice carry across the frozen surface.

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