Hell’s Half Acre

 Posted by at 12:05 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 102018

When an old cowboy searching for stray cattle wandered into a 150 foot deep canyon in the middle of the Wyoming prairie and looked around him at the rugged landscape of alkali marshes, ominous caves, and steep cliffs, who can blame him for thinking he had stumbled into Hell’s half acre. From his perspective, it […]

Honoring The Pioneers

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 222018

It’s no secret that we are fans of museums, and some of the best museums that we have ever found have been in small towns. While on a brief stopover in Douglas, Wyoming we discovered one of the best historical museums to be found anywhere. The Wyoming Pioneer Museum, located at the Wyoming State Fairgrounds […]

Vore Buffalo Jump

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Jan 282017

Note: This story was in the September-October, 2007 issue of the Gypsy Journal.  Located alongside busy Interstate 90 at the far eastern edge of Wyoming is a little-known archeological site that is well worth the time for a visit. The Vore Buffalo Jump is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Plains Indians […]