Things You Can Do For Good Luck This Year In Wyoming
We're all hoping for the best 2017 possible, but if you need a bit of extra luck, there are some unconventional things you can try in Wyoming this year...
University of Wyoming students believe that if they can successfully hurl a pine cone through a life-sized replica of Tyrannosaurus Rex's mouth, you'll have good luck. The statue is just in front of the UW Geological Museum.
Black Eyed Peas for New Year's luck is primarily a southern tradition, but thanks to our friends at OnlyInYourState.com, there is a modified recipe just for Wyomingites. Add some Wyoming bison meat to the chili for extra luck!
If you're looking for good luck, why not try to find some on the Lucky Charm Trail? If you don't find any luck there, you'll still find spectacular scenery. It's an easy 1.3 mile trail near Jackson.
When the University of Wyoming football team runs onto the field, they all touch the Cowboy Tough statue on the north side of War Memorial Stadium for good luck.
Take a stroll through the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens. This is a great place to relax and reflect on your goals for the new year. For extra luck, toss a coin from the Discovery Pond gazebo!