Columnist Sam Lightner visits the area — the exact tree — where Wyoming’s “Cattle Kate” was hanged back in 1889. Attempting to film a documentary, he said it became quickly apparent that her ghost did not want that video created.
Columnist Sam Lightner writes: “Mountaineers from Europe, Africa, Asia, and of course North America, make Lander their home, and far more come to visit.”
Columnist Sam Lightner writes: “OK, you can’t take the bad out of driving Interstate 80 across Wyoming. I understand that.”
Our team managed to free climb all the hardest portions of the route. We were met on the summit by our chef in the first couple of efforts, Elyse Guarino, and all agreed to name the route “Discovery.”
Wyoming is the greatest, but it is possible to have too much of a good thing. Take last Sunday . . .
How to transport your elderly mother-in-law during a pandemic.
This particular Spring, I was going to do a book tour, which I tell everyone was to showcase my new book, Wyoming: A History of the American West.