On route 14A about 1/2 mile or so before entering Cowley, Wyoming, a town of about 650, 20 miles or so south of the Montana border, which we passed through on our way to Billings, we came across the most exceptional sight, this structure, constructed at the edge of a farm/ranch facing the highway.
It was kind of late in the day, the sun was getting low in the sky, and we were on a mad dash to make it to Billings before sundown. Cowley was another unremarkable rural town with not much else in town to take a photo of, but the above average welcome sign and this monument to the American spirit. It is strong, impressive and a heart felt amalgam of everything that the western spirit stands for.
There was no indication who created it, but its pride in America and the western spirit speaks volumes. Glad we choose this out of the way route to Billings the other day.