What interesting things there are in Wyoming and facts about living there

The Wyoming license plate features a cowboy riding a bucking horse, but did you know the Bronco is real? Old Steamboat was a renowned jumper and starred in rodeos for over 15 years.

Throughout Old Steamboat’s career, only a few times had riders managed to stay on the back of a pitch-black horse. It now represents the pride and independence of Wyoming and its people.

Although not the most famous cryptid, the jackalope nevertheless has an avid following, especially in Wyoming. A resident of Douglas, Wyoming first reported seeing a horned rabbit in 1939, although rumors of the creature have been circulating since much earlier in the Old West and the creature is said to still haunt the backcountry of the state. Since Wyoming’s population is so small, who’s to say it isn’t?

Many people in densely populated areas take escalators for granted. Moving stairs, what’s new? However, there are only two escalators in the entire state of Wyoming. Both are located in Casper, Virginia, and both were part of the original building designs back in 1958 and 1979. So, not only are there only two escalators in the state, but both are over 40 years old.