Peter Steiger has lived in Wyoming for some time, and he has learned to appreciate the little things, the slow things, the simple things; things like a cattle drive that takes place every February on Happy Jack Road.
If you'd like to getaway from it all and also experience a bit of Wyoming history, I found an interesting option. It's an old prospector's silo in Wyoming's Wind River Mountains that also happens to be an Airbnb.
You don't have to venture far to find unique places to stay. I can prove that with a guesthouse located just north of Cheyenne that has chickens and a shower that's likely nicer than the one on the space shuttle. Seriously.
Down deep in your heart, do you have the desire to spend quality time with alpacas? Do you also love the Wyoming Bighorns? If you can answer yes to both, I've found an alpaca farm in the Wyoming Bighorns that you really can stay at. Really.
If your bucket list includes a home with mountain views that also happens to have a corral and you'd like it to be in Cheyenne, Wyoming, I have found a place that checks all of those boxes and have the pics to prove it.
When you daydream about your perfect Wyoming ranch, do you envision more people or wildlife in it? If the 2nd is your priority, you need to see a gorgeous ranch near Sundance, Wyoming that does indeed have more wildlife than people there.