Here's a scenario that can only happen in Wyoming. A guy is having lunch on his sky deck when he hears a sound. It's the rumble of hooves which he quickly realizes are attached to a bison herd that has interrupted his lunch and stopped traffic.
This just in. If you're a bison in Yellowstone National Park, you can take a nap anywhere you dang well please. That happened recently when traffic was brought to a halt by a calf that needed a few z's.
It's been almost four years since the Great American Eclipse took place on August 21st, 2017. The event made Casper a hotspot as we were listed as one of the best places (and often "the" best place), to view it.
Wyoming has different traffic issues than other parts of America. Sure, many other places have slowdowns caused by construction. Here our day can come to a cold stop by miles and miles of elk just like it did recently in the western part of our state.
In case you're new to Wyoming and Yellowstone in particular, we handle traffic a little different around these parts. There's a new video share that shows a bison herd rightfully causing a 3-mile traffic jam and we wouldn't have it any other way.