9 Historic Towns In Wyoming That Will Transport You To The Past
No matter where you go, life in Wyoming is old-fashioned. You won’t find people rushing around so much out here, and we take pride in enjoying our lives away from the busy, trendy cities on either coast. Some towns really take that way of living to heart, and in these historic towns in Wyoming, you’ll find that the spirit of the Cowboy State is alive and well.
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What’s your favorite of these historic towns in Wyoming? Are you planning a getaway to see them this year? I, for one, can’t wait for a weekend in Buffalo! When you visit Wyoming’s oldest towns, be sure to check out where you’re staying. These 9 Haunted Hotels In Wyoming are great for thrillseekers, but some travelers may want to know that they’re sharing a room!