Wildfire fighters are saving the American west — and paying the price.
Last year, 22 breweries in Wyoming produced just 18,000 barrels of craft beer.
When it’s not too hot or too cold, the shacket is, like Goldilocks’ porridge, just right.
It’s easy — just jump from a galloping horse on to the back of a sprinting steer and then wrestle them to the ground.
The Filson Mackinaw Field Watch is so successful in its outdoor intentions that it feels out of place in the big city.
In a huge Sheridan workshop, a group of dedicated Wyomingites build some of the best ranching equipment in the world by hand.
In the past few years, the Wyoming craft beer scene has exploded with delicious brews from every corner of the state.
At a ranch in the foothills of the Blackfoot Mountains, every Tuesday is local steer roping practice.
The Leica name is legendary but their non-rangefinder cameras have never quite lived up to it.
In rodeo, the bulls are just as much athletes as the cowboys are.