I am a Wyoming girl through-and-through! My mom was a rodeo queen and country singer from Douglas, and my dad is a coal miner in Campbell County. I grew up in Wright, Wyoming with a love for Speech and Debate and Theater. I'm also a former print journalist, and I jumped into radio feet-first. I like to spend my free time taking hikes in the Snowy Range Mountains with my dog, Seger, and roller skating through life by playing roller derby and hitting the skate park.
Seven Of The Best Books Based in Wyoming
Here are 7 of the best books that are set in the Cowboy State. Some you may have heard of, others might be crossing your list for the first time.
What’s The Oldest Business in Wyoming?
No, it's not a hotel from the frontier days, or a bar that claims to be where the Bucket of Blood gang was caught.
That Time A Mountain In Wyoming Moved 70 Miles in Under An Hour
49 million years ago, what is known as a catastrophic detachment occurred in the Absaroka mountain range, causing what is now known as Heart Mountain to rapidly move just under 70 miles to it's current location.
Funfact: Wyoming’s State Flower is Technically a Parasite
I hope I'm not the only one that only sees the face-hugger from Alien when I look at the flower now.
Creativity Shines From The Sassy Creativity Cards In Wright, WY
Another of her favorite cards says: "There's no sweeter sound in marriage than hearing the sound of "You're right."
Wyoming’s Favorite Celebrity Chef- It’s Not Who You’d Expect
You might not even recognize Wyoming's favorite unless you're really into British cooking shows.
What’s the Longest Drive in Wyoming?
And no, I don't mean longest in years taken off of your life, or the drive between Casper and Medicine Bow would be a close contender.
What Does Wyoming Smell Like? Let’s Burn A Candle And Find Out
What scent do you think captures the Cowboy State?
Haunted 307: The Most Haunted Places in Wyoming Recap
Let's take a look back on all 31 of the Haunted 307 locations we explored this year for Halloween.
Haunted 307: Higgins Hotel in Glenrock
Edith is kind enough to tuck guests into bed. Now that's hospitality!