Our friends over at Mycountry95.5 put up an article this morning about how Jackson Hole got 11 feet of snow in the first month of the new year. I'll admit that pretty impressive, but I don't think it's quite as impressive as someone building a guest house in their backyard because of …
I love checking out these old photos from Casper and being in 2020 it really feels like 1961 was 100 years ago but it wasn't. And yet so much has changed as far as what our town looks like and especially our use of technology.
It's crazy to see how much Jackson hole has changed since the late '40s! One thing that I did notice was that in every photo of the buffalo, there's not one tourist to be seen trying to ride on or feed one.
Nowadays anyone with a moderately decent camera thinks they are a world class photographer. Believe it or not, it takes years of working on that craft to be able to take photos that will take your breath away when you see them.
There are a ton of places around the United States that have lost that old time feeling as time goes on they seem to move right along with it. However, Wyoming still has a few places that take us straight back in time and remind us of how simple things used to be.