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How Everyone in Wyoming Prepares for Watching ‘Yellowstone’…Probably
How Everyone in Wyoming Prepares for Watching ‘Yellowstone’…Probably
The show 'Yellowstone' has become a cultural phenomenon in its four seasons that it has been running for so far. And with the setting of the show being so near and at times in the state of Wyoming (train station), as well as the western region taking on a relatable atmosphere on the show, it's become extremely popular in and around the Cowboy State. Someone made a Tiktok video that seems like it's an accurate depiction of how any Wyomingite my prepare to watch an episode of 'Yellowstone'.
Does the Train Station in ‘Yellowstone’ Actually Exist in Wyoming?
Does the Train Station in ‘Yellowstone’ Actually Exist in Wyoming?
The hit show 'Yellowstone' has taken off over the past few years and is a must-watch for anyone looking for their next big show to binge watch if they haven't started it already. Due to the nature of its title and location on the show, it's especially become a phenomenon in the western region of the country. But one particular setting from the show is known as the 'train station', which is supposedly in Wyoming. So is it really?
That Time Carrie Underwood Channeled ‘Yellowstone’ in Wyoming on TikTok
That Time Carrie Underwood Channeled ‘Yellowstone’ in Wyoming on TikTok
With its ever growing popularity, one of the biggest shows in the world right now is 'Yellowstone'. And of course, we're all familiar with the ties the show has to the Cowboy State. So is country star Carrie Underwood, and her husband, the former NHL player, Mike Fisher. But did you know they recreated their own 'Yellowstone' reference on the popular social media medium, TikTok? Not only that, but it was on their own Wyoming ranch.
‘Absolutely Foolish’ — Woman Sentenced For Approaching Bear In Yellowstone
‘Absolutely Foolish’ — Woman Sentenced For Approaching Bear In Yellowstone
An Illinois woman was sentenced to four days behind bars for approaching grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park to take their pictures. The United States Attorney's Office on Thursday announced that 25-year-old Samantha Dehring was sentenced for willfully remaining, approaching and photographing wildlife within 100 yards...

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