Rock Springs Wyoming is a great place for truckers to go for a bike ride. You can park at the Flying J or the truck stop across the street. From there, it’s an easy bike ride into town. However, it’s downhill the whole way. Hence, the ride back is a little tougher.
Downtown Rock Springs is a pretty cool place. They have some really neat old architecture. Furthermore, they have a ton of street art. Apparently, the town is full of artists. They have a walking tunnel under the railroad tracks, and they feature local art in it. Apparently they rotate it out pretty regularly.
Rock Springs Wyoming street art, and the art tunnel.
As you can see, there are plenty of sights in Rock Springs. While I was there I stopped by a local vape shop. They had some art on the walls that was pretty cool. It turned out it came from a local artist. Her name is Wanda, and her studio is called Humble Beginnings. Here she is on Facebook.
She’s a really cool person. She’s also a tattoo artist and she has lots of good ink. I got in touch with her and she came out to the truck stop the next morning and I was able to buy these prints from her.
Humble Beginnings Art in Rock Springs Wyoming
If you’re ever in the area and you appreciate good art, take the downtown tour. While you’re there, look up Wanda at Humble Beginnings and pick up a few prints. She does excellent work and it’s very reasonably priced.