If you want to get away and experience one of the most iconic Wyoming things possible, I found one worth considering. It's a group of tipis that have the Devil's Tower National Monument off in the distance.
The unofficial start of summer is here as Memorial Day Weekend is upon us! Not only that, but we are now less than two months away from the start of Cheyenne Frontier Days and the excitement level grows as each day gets closer. But it's not just locals in and around Cheyenne and the rest of Wyoming that's looking forward to the Daddy of 'Em All, so is the rest of the country. Especially since it's one of the 'Best Things to Do in the U.S.A. This Summer.'
Sometimes you just have to laugh at yourself. Earlier this month, a comedian came to the University of Wyoming for a performance and had a couple of jokes at the expense of the UW mascot, Cowboy Joe. And it's almost impossible not to laugh along with the well constructed delivery of the humor behind the comedian's setup.
Wyoming has plenty of unique attractions and scenery that we all know about. But what about something that was made for someone or something that is not of this world. There is a particular landing strip in the Cowboy State that was made for UFOs to land on. Seriously, it's a real thing...The landing strip, that is.
Do you ever wonder what it would be like if you had your own background music to your life? Or if you could have your very own intro music for when you walked into a new setting? If only these things could happen. However, if Wyoming was to be described in one short video, there's probably a very select list of songs that we would accept as some great background music for the Cowboy State. They may just have found the perfect background music in this particular video.
Taylor Sheridan is has a pretty impressive resume of projects that he has created whether being a writer, director, or producer. When you see that he's acted in the series 'Sons of Anarchy', written the film 'Sicario', and that he created 'Yellowstone' and the spin-off, '1883', you can already say he's had more than a successful career. But did you realize he was both writer and director for a critically acclaimed movie based in Wyoming?