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Prexy's Pasture - UW campus
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Prexy's Pasture is an open area in the middle of the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie, Wyoming.  A popular area for students, it is home to various summer events.  Several art relics lie within the pasture, including the famous "University of Wyoming Family" sculpture in the center of the field.  Prominent buildings are Half Acre Gym, Ross Hall, Arts & Sciences, Engineering, & Agriculture.  Horseback riding, a favorite past time, is still permitted within the pasture.

The flag in this panorama is at half mast, which I believe was in regards to a Wyoming soldier recently killed in Iraq.

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更新: 17/07/2012
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