Yes, I am back with yet another photo from our friends from the Western History Center of Wyoming. I love whoever is running their Facebook page because they have no shortage of historic photos from our quaint little town throughout the years.
It's impossible to do enough for the families of our fighting men and women who have paid the ultimate price. There's a Wyoming getaway that helped widows and kids of our special forces soldiers that were killed in action.
I've only been in Wyoming for a couple of years, but I've already forgotten what it was like to experience this state for the first time. One new visitor was apparently spooked by what they called a "road blizzard".
There's nothing quite like watching a pack of wolves running along the road and howling as they run back to the pack. Honestly, it reminds me of my parents hound dogs who have similar howls as these little fellas do. Of course, the hound dogs are not nearly as dangerous!
We all know how scary and vicious nature can be but let's face it. Animals gotta eat just like the rest of us and in the words of one of my favorite Disney movies "It's the circle of life." - The Lion King.
Wyoming has to deal with a lot of stereotypes. People think we all ride horses, have our walls filled with guns and are super-conservative. Actually, a lot of that is true especially that last one since Wyoming was just named the most conservative state in America...again.