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Which one would you choose if you remembered you have a choice
Wyoming’s sage grouse conservation strategy is to first avoid disturbance to, and destruction of, habitat. Then the state would try to minimize impacts if they can’t be avoided. Finally, Wyoming makes developers compensate if avoidance and minimization are not possible. What do our would-be-governors think about this policy? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Its inspiring to me to meet other women who arent afraid to just be themselves with you. Be unapologetically you. I think that is something to deeply admire. That and being able to throw a dance party at any given moment.
Born in 1846 in Iowa, Buffalo Bill (real name William Fredrick Cody) became a prodigious figure in the American West at an early age. He served in the Indian Wars, the Civil War and had ridden in the Pony Express by his mid 20s.
Bill's legend began to spread when he was only twenty-three. Shortly thereafter he started performing in shows that displayed cowboy themes and episodes from the frontier and Indian Wars. He founded Buffalo Bill's Wild West in 1883, taking his large company on tours in the United States and, beginning in 1887, in Great Britain and continental Europe.
Cody received the nickname "Buffalo Bill" after the American Civil War, when he had a contract to supply Kansas Pacific Railroad workers with buffalo (American bison) meat.
He is purported to have killed 4,282 buffalo in eighteen months in 1867 and 1868, and when Cody and another hunter, Bill Comstock, wanted to claim the rights to the ‘Buffalo Bill’ name, they agreed to compete in an eight-hour buffalo-shooting match over it, which Cody won by killing 68 animals to Comstock's 48.
In 1895, he was instrumental in the founding of the town of Cody, the seat of Park County, in northwestern Wyoming. Streets in the town were named after his associates: Beck, Alger, Rumsey, Bleistein and Salsbury. The town was incorporated in 1901.
The poster above is for one of his name Wild West shows. It dates from 1894 and is currently on display in the Smithsonian's Museum of American History.
You can find a link to our latest episode, which discusses Buffalo Bill and plenty more Wyoming history, in our bio. (📷: Nathan Hughes Hamilton via Flickr)
West Yellowstone! Temperature difference during night and day are, like, night and motherfucking day. 80 in the day and 43 degrees at night! (And I thought Minnesota’s temperatures were crazy...) Anyway today was cool. Yellowstone is actually extremely crowded and that’s not how I pictured it. Not too different from going to Six Flags or something, except people all over the world are here. Seeing the springs was neat but experience was tampered by shoulder to shoulder contact with everyone trying to take a selfie or pictures of their wife and kids. My favorite was the small spring called the Opal (so pretty, petite, and ROUND!) Then I had a hell of a time seeing Fairy Falls. I know nothing about this place. I just saw “Fairy Falls” on a sign, shrugged, and went and parked. I assumed the falls would be somewhat close to the parking lot based on past experience in other parks but no. I was walking 20 minutes on what I thought was the trail to see the falls - before I actually got to the real trail that led to the falls, which the sign said was 1.6 miles (one way)!!! I had no water and I was wearing flip flops, but I decided it was too late to turn back! I couldn’t walk fast comfortably in my flip flops so the whole thing took maybe over 3 hours. Not to mention on the way back from the falls my right flip flop broke and then I had to go barefoot. I kind of liked it... but it was kind of painful too. Might try to train my feet to toughen up later! BTW excuse my dirty ass feet (sand and mud from the river) and just focus on looking at the beautiful blue dragonfly being my friend. We hung out for a while like that. 🖤 #yellowstone#yellowstonenationalpark#hike#nature#nationalparks#americathebeautiful#hotsprings#waterfall#grandprismaticaspring#opalspring#fairyfalls#wy#wyoming#natureswonders#adventure#lifeofadventure#travel#travelingbum#solotravel#femaletraveler#nomad#freespirit#westbound#noplans#gowiththeflow
The Tetons are something else ❤️ I just got back from an awesome week exploring Grand Teton National Park and the surrounding area. Camping, adventuring, grinding through some rough spots, lack of cellphone service and relaxing is exactly what I needed. My feed will be a bit Teton heavy for the next couple of weeks so stay tuned because I can’t wait to share some of these images with everyone!