Soon, members of the tourism industry in Wyoming will be gathering in Cheyenne to celebrate a banner year, which saw about ten million people visiting the state in 2015, including over 4 million visiting Yellowstone National Park.
It is an event that I call the “Annual Wyoming Reunion.”
It occurs each November when 650 people from all corners of the state gather in Cheyenne to celebrate our state, renew old acquaintances and take some vital readings on the condition of business in Wyoming.
It was always my intention to cause Wyoming’s 180 million year history to come alive in my newest coffee table book about the state. Called Wyoming at 125, Our Place in the West, we have attempted to show what Wyoming looked like over its long history.