Category Archives: Wyoming

More History Near Fort Laramie, Wyoming

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If you make the journey to Fort Laramie National Historic Site, consider a side-trip relating to pioneer travel on the Oregon Trail. Guernsey, Wyoming is approximately 13 miles west of Fort Laramie. OREGON TRAIL WAGON RUTS–Wheels on hundreds of pioneer … Continue reading

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History Lives at Fort Laramie National Historic Site in Wyoming

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THE FORT’S BEGINNINGS—What is now the Fort Laramie National Historic Site was originally established in 1830 as a fur trading center, well-situated at the confluence of the Laramie and North Platte Rivers.  Soon it became a well-known meeting place for … Continue reading

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Cheyenne at 150: History Videos

The capital of Wyoming, Cheyenne celebrated its 150th birthday in 2017. As part of the celebrations, several historians gave talks on specific aspects of Cheyenne and Wyoming history. These talks were filmed and can be seen on the Visit Wyoming … Continue reading

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The Most Scenic Drives in Wyoming

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When traveling by car, we often think of the destination more than the actual drive itself. It is easy to overlook the long journey when the destination is almost too exciting to bear. However, when you find yourself amongst some of … Continue reading

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QFR Cheyenne: Chicken salad with grapes from King Soopers

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Quick Food Reviews (QFR) features reviews of food available from grocery stores – hot food bars, deli bars, coffee kiosks (not that I drink coffee), frozen TV dinners, box foods and so on. Since a traveler these days will usually … Continue reading

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The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe at Cheyenne’s CLTP

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The Cheyenne Little Theatre’s production of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe runs from Thursday through Sunday, February 9 – 25, 2018 at the Mary Godfrey Theatre. The play is adapted from C. S. Lewis’ novel by Joseph Robinette … Continue reading

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Nature at its Peak on the Snowy Range Scenic Byway

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Without a doubt, the scenery between the Wyoming towns of Laramie and Saratoga is one of Mother Nature’s most impressive displays. Whoever coined the phrase “getting there is half the fun” must have been driving on Wyoming’s Snowy Range Scenic … Continue reading

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A Dickens’ Christmas Carol Brings the House Down at CLTP

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The Stykes-Upon-Thump Repertory Company has performed its farewell tour of Charles Dickens’ holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, fourteen times in years past. In its fifteenth year, things don’t go exactly as planned when they arrive in a small London town … Continue reading

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PR: Meeteetse Museums to Host Ashlee Lundvall Book Signing/Cody Chamber Ensemble December 9

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During the annual “Christmas in Meeteetse” celebration on Saturday, December 9, the Meeteetse Museums will host a pair of events. First: At 1 pm, Cody resident and outdoor accessibility advocate Ashlee Lundvall will conduct an uplifting presentation full of humor … Continue reading

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Halloween, 1938: War of the Worlds at the Atlas

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For Halloween, 2017, the CLTP has put on a fun production of The War of the Worlds – with the script used by Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre Players on the “Night that Panicked America.” Each season, the Cheyenne … Continue reading

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