The 5 Worst Winter Storms in Wyoming History

Wyomingites are no stranger to soul-crushing winters. Ask any one of us about our most memorable winter and we'll have a story for you in a jiff! I walked 30 miles to school through snow that was 15-feet deep...uphill both ways...with my lame horse strapped to my back... Truly, surviving a Wyoming winter is a thing of pride! Don't believe me? Take a look back at the five worst winter storms in our state's history, and be glad you have insulation at home. 1. The Winter of 1887 Widely considered to be one of the harshest winters on record, 1887 is best known for the damage it did to the cattle industry in the western United States. Ranchers had overstocked cattle across Wyoming, Montana and th

Gratitude Post: What makes home feel like home to you?

In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, we thought it might be a nice idea to ask our staff what it is about home that is most precious to them. Is it the people? A particular melody? The scent of fresh-baked bread or maybe chili on the stove? Here's what they had to say. What makes home feel like home to you? "The sound of my son laughing, my family talking to each other, food cooking, laundry going, nice background music, and the sound of the heater kicking on." - Cody "To see the seven smiles I love deeply. And the sound of controlled chaos." - Kevin "Simply being around family and friends...enjoying each other's company and doing things together!" - Chris "Warmth, the sound of dog nails

How to Ready Your House for Winter

Winter brings with it all sorts of delights — snowmen, hot chocolate, sparkling lights, skiing, frost on the trees...truly, it's a beautiful time of year (especially in the mountains out here!). But winter also presents some unique challenges, particularly when it comes to keeping the house together. A house not properly prepped for winter weather could mean you'll be dealing with busted gutters, a clogged chimney and drafty windows during months of single digit temperatures. No one wants that! Ready to be a little more proactive this year? Here are five tasks that should be on your to-do list to get your property fully ready for winter. 1. Insulate your attic. We probably sound like a broke

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