Why yes, as a matter of fact we would like to go to Wyoming!
It had been years since either Rob or I had been in Wyoming and the kids never had been, so we were all pretty excited when we crossed the state line. I think the kids expected something exciting to happen, though, like fireworks going off or an amusement park to pop up our of nowhere. No such luck, I’m afraid. Still, it was a new state.
We decided that for us to “claim” a state on our state stickers map, we would have to visit at least one attraction and spend at least one night. This is not very hard to do since there are so many things to do pretty much everywhere.
In Sheridan, we visited the Trails End National Historic Site. It was absolutely beautiful. We didn’t pay to go inside, but we did wander around the grounds and through the courtyard.
The kids (William) ran around like loons, chasing squirrels. They obviously needed to run. Rob and I did our best to pretend like we did not know where their parents were, but I do not think we were successful.
We spent the night halfway between Sheridan and Gillette, so this morning we officially added Wyoming to our map. 🙂