Wyoming; the birthplace of women's rights?
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Wyoming proved to be an interesting place with a vast geography, crappy weather, and an interesting history.
Word on the streets of Cheyenne, Wyoming is the first state to grant women's suffrage. It also is the home of gay-rights activist dick cheney, an awesome flag with a buffalo on it, and some of the nations most beautiful national parks.
My trip to wyoming was fairly short, and I faced some of the worst weather I have ever experienced. Not just was it windy, but is was also snowy. For the making of Rocky 4, Wyoming made a nice substitute for Siberia. I found out why. Also I find it interesting that one of the most physically demanding of states is the one that embraced equal rights for women the earliest, really puts thing in perspective eh? Wyoming is also the home of the Grand Teton brewing company out of jackson hole, which produces a tasty old faithful ale, good for them. Overall I would give Wyoming a 9 out of 10 in drivability with its straight roads and heavy winds, which make it easy to go 100 mph without even working for it.