What can I say that hasn't already been said about tourists in Wyoming? There's a new video showing another group of special people who rolled down their car windows when they saw a group of grizzlies walking down the road. Dinner is served, bears.
Living in Casper and Wyoming we see a lot of big powerful trucks obviously because we have to have them to haul horse trailers and other things that you do on a ranch. (Obviously, I know very little about that kind of stuff.) But this guy wouldn't stand a chance in the cowboy state.
I've been seeing these videos pop up all over the internet from our neighbors in Montana, Ohio, and Nebraska. I'm just waiting for someone in the cowboy state to pick their kid up from the bus stop riding a horse in one of those T-rex costumes.
Our good knife/ax-throwing friend from Colorado is back with another video of him hitting a can in mid-air with a knife. This dude has got some mad skill. I'd almost go as far as saying this dude is preparing to be a superhero of some sorts. Either way, he has some entertaining videos.
Eagles are downright incredible animals. If you've never had to opportunity to see one of them go on a little fishing excursion, then you are seriously missing out on one amazing sight. So, here's a slow-mo video of two eagles throwing down WWE style over a fish.
We all did things when we were younger that contributed to our back pain and creaking joints when we get out of bed in the morning, but nothing quite says childhood like sitting in an empty laundry basket and throwing yourself down carpet stairs!
If you live in a part of Wyoming that is frequented by wildlife, you have to be careful what you put in your yard. One family learned this the hard way when a moose became tangled in their backyard hammock.