National Wyoming Day

    Wyoming Blog

    On May 24, National Wyoming Day recognizes the 44th state to join the union.

    Also known as The Equality State, Wyoming territory led the nation and the world in granting women the right to vote. In 1869, the Wyoming territorial legislature passed a bill allowing women the right and the governor signed the bill on December 10, 1869. Twenty years later, Wyoming would approve the first state constitution including women’s suffrage. They would be granted statehood in 1870.

    In a vast open country where homesteaders had to rely on one another, man or woman, equality had real meaning, true grit.

    It’s also a country where massive towers seem to rise out of nowhere mysteriously. Devil’s Tower stands starkly against brilliant blue skies or disappears into the fog. Depending on the day or its mood it can do either, or both. Explore the Native American legends surrounding the creation of the monolith, hike its trails and wonder at its existence.

    From Fossil Butte National Monument to Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Wyoming retells history. The state thrills and challenges visitors with its spectacular views in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park.

    In the Cowboy State, rodeos provide opportunities to flex skill in the arena and amaze audiences in the stands. Whether they compete indoors or out, boots, jeans, and hat are recommended. — HT: National Calendar

    What a great state to live in!  Whether you are a recent transplant from another part of the US or whether you have a long heritage of people who have lived here like our family does, Wyoming is a wonderful place to live.

    This area has so much to see and you never know where the wind will blow you from one day to the next.

    We are also proud of the fact that F.E. Warren AFB is a major part of our city. This base brings approximately 10,000 personnel and their families to Cheyenne. Due to the strategic nature of their mission, F.E. Warren will continue to be a feature on the Wyoming landscape.

    If you are looking to purchase your first Wyoming home, or looking to sell what you have, please choose me as your first resource. You will be glad you did.

    Proud to live in Wyoming!

    Mark Escalera, MRP – Cheyenne Realtor

    Sales Associate, Military Relocation Professional

    307-286-0396 – Cell phone

     

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