[We tell everyone Wyoming is like a small town, but with really long
streets. Here are some MORE “You know you’re in Wyoming when . . “]
They aren’t kidding when then say “Last Chance for Gas for next 100 miles.”
Your central heating system is fueled by large logs.
You can see the stars at night.
People drive 200+ miles to shop in a real mall in Casper.
Your great-grandmother is older than the State Capitol in Cheyenne.
You got a set of new snow tires for Valentines day.
Your minister shows up Sunday morning wearing Carhartt bib overalls.
More than 1/2 the meat in your freezer is Elk, Moose or Antelope.
The bumper jack in your pickup will lift a house.
You only paid $5.00 for a permit to cut your own Douglas Fir Christmas tree.
Your backyard smells like sage brush because it is.
Networking is meeting your neighbor on a dirt road in your pickups.
A girls’ basketball game fills the school gym.
You recognize names in the newspaper from the next town 50 miles away
The mayor greets you on the street by your first name.
A rodeo is more popular than any Justin Bieber concert.
Dr Bob Griffin
“Jesus Knows Me, This I Love!”