You only live once and making the best of each day is a must. Since moving to Wyoming, I'm much as I can to be busy and enjoy all the good Lord has given us.

Trying to see an do as much as I can is one of my biggest goals of living in Wyoming. I don't want to look back on my life when I'm 80 and, I should've had more adventures.

Luckily living in Wyoming, having those adventures is really easy.

  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Camping
  • Side by Side Riding
  • Golfing
  • Exploring
  • Relaxing
  • Have a few cold ones
  • Learning new skills

If I didn't do another thing, my goal of adventure and fun would be met. I've only just begun in my adventures.

If you've lived in Wyoming for any length of time, you know there is always something new to see or do.

The state is full of built in adventures, if you're not doing them, you can start today. One of the 20+year goals I've had was to go to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and I crossed that goal off my list this summer.

I've gone fishing at Glendo and Alcova, hunting at Riverbend Roosters (Riverbend Hunting and Fishing Preserve), golfed more times than I can count, camped in multiple mountain areas, studied Native American petroglyphs and even purchased a new side by side from Casper Mountain Motorsports.

The adventures have been great to this point in 2022, and there are still just over 4 months left to add to the fun, wild, exciting and pleasurable adventures.

What are some of the adventures you've gone on? Send us some of your pictures.

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