Along with the 76th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, this week marks the 73rd anniversary of another infamous event. December 6, 1944, a Japanese Fu-Go balloon bomb blew up just outside of Thermopolis, Wyoming.
Wyoming is a major thoroughfare for truck drivers traveling across interstates 80 and 25. It's uniquely rural, creating a massive need for truck stops between cities. Not only do truckers rely on these stops, most motorists treking across Wyoming do.