Category Archives: Wyoming

National Parks Gun Laws

Disclaimer: While I have attempted to provide pertinent details related to gun-control laws, possession, carrying, etc., in America’s national parks, this article should not be taken as the definitive interpretation with regard to them. If you choose to possess or … Continue reading

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Grizzly Bears!!

Imagine walking down the street from your home in South Lake Tahoe, Salt Lake City, Denver, Phoenix, Oklahoma City, or even a large portion of Mexico and encountering a grizzly bear. It may sound like a fantasy, but a few … Continue reading

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Let it burn! – Wildfires in Yellowstone and our National Forests

“Only you can prevent forest fires,” was Smokey Bear’s mantra when I was growing up.  And well intentioned though his advice was, it turns out that his guidance isn’t exactly in the best interests of our environment.  To get an … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day in the National Parks

Valentine’s Day comes but once a year.  Today.  So hopefully you’ve purchased the necessary chocolates, done the necessary dishes, and made the necessary dinner arrangements to ensure domestic bliss until you’ll be obligated to repeat the process next year.  Either … Continue reading

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Yellowstone’s Volcano

At this point, you’re probably getting tired of hearing about Yellowstone’s sleeping super-volcano.  If so, feel free to stop reading.  But if you can’t get enough, don’t watch the History Channel, or have been living in solitary confinement for an … Continue reading

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Apostrophes, formation, and parachuting at Devils Tower

The first thing to know about Devils Tower is that it was the first national monument in the United States, established by Teddy Roosevelt in 1906.  The second thing to know is that there is no apostrophe in the word … Continue reading

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