Rick Roddam’s Greatest Pre-Marriage Posts Volume Four of Four
This is the fourth and final post collecting some of Rick's greatest hits. This collection contains some sweet Wyoming history. As many people who follow his posts know, Rick loves history and does an excellent job at digging up some great tidbits to share.
Horses are a symbol of pride for the Cowboy State. You are bound to see one around if you aren't on one right now. Here's a look back at five of Wyoming's most famous horses.
In this post, Rick looks back at the most legendary gunfights in the history of the Cowboy State. Learn these and sound awesome at parties.
Wyatt Earp was, arguably, the most legendary lawman in the West. Years before his infamous showdowns in Dodge City and Tombstone, Earp helped build the Union Pacific Railroad in Wyoming.
Before he gained fame in Tombstone, Doc Holliday worked as a card dealer at the Bella Union Gold Room in Cheyenne.
Rick love's creepy stories and this creepy story is about, arguably, the first and worst serial killer in Wyoming, a woman named Polly Bartlett.
Although alcohol was illegal for nearly 15 years, prohibition didn't stop several watering holes here in Wyoming. Here's our list of the oldest continuously operating saloons in the Cowboy State.
Of all the card games ever played in Wyoming, and there have been many, the stakes were never higher than a legendary poker game at a Douglas saloon in 1906.