If you have a chance to visit the YMCA in Casper, Wyoming make sure to look UP!

The basketball court is surrounded by a three-lane walking track.

The ceiling is very high.

Take a walk around the track and look up at the walls.

There, resting on the beams and stuck on the ductwork you'll see a collection of balls that, somehow, made it way the heck up there and got stuck.

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There are several different types of balls, from basketballs to volleyballs and one football.

Where they got stuck is sometimes as interesting as how they got stuck.

Some of these trapped balls may have been an accident.

But are they all?

What do you want to be that some were thrown up there intentionally?

There is a third option.

Typically when one ball gets stuck people will throw other balls to try to dislodge it and bring it down.

How the heck did that football get lodged behind those pipes?

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If you were on the court and saw all of these balls, would you be tempted to try and dislodge them with another ball?

Someone could get a ladder, but that would have to be one tall ladder.

Don't let these photos fool you, these balls are way up high.

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Sooner or later somebody will have to try and get them down.

Then again they could buy more balls and not worry about it, just because it's funny.

I'd like to try shooting at them with a bow and arrow but use a blunt tip arrow so I don't pop them.

Come on, we could make a party out of it.

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I counted 10 stuck balls in all.

When I go back I'll be looking to see if more are added to that number before the YMCA finally decides it's time to do something about it.

How many balls need to get stuck before it's worth the effort to go after them?

The Tate Geological Museum Casper Wyoming

The Tate Geological Museum was founded in 1980 through a gift from Marion and Inez Tate. It was originally designated as the Tate Earth Science Center and Mineralogical Museum. Because ‘geological’ encompasses earth science, mineralogy, and paleontology, the name was changed to the Tate Geological Museum in 2001.

Located on the Casper College campus, the museum is a great resource for the community. Many local schools and groups come to the museum to add to their student's learning experience.

Tate houses a collection of over 6000 fossil and mineral specimens.

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

Outstanding Graffiti Train Passes Through Wyoming

We all see the graffiti on trains that pass through Wyoming.

But have you ever paused just a moment to look at it?

A lot is garbage.

But some of this still can be considered art.

Even great art.

Other times it's just an interesting message.

Grifiti art exhibit on wheels passing through America pauses in Wyoming

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

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