Today was pure goodness.
Our community showed up and helped us fill 766 food boxes with 20 days of food.
We also included can openers, gloves, books, a fresh baked cookie, treats, fruit, a loaf of bread, and love.
Huge thanks to all the hands that have helped us this far. Tomorrow we deliver these boxes!
Sweet little Hershey is a 5 year old female Terrier/Retriever/Labrador Mix who deserves an amazing forever home. She has given birth to two litters in her past and was a wonderful mother, but her previous owners chose to keep one of her offspring instead of her. If you know of someone who could give this sweet girl a chance, please send them our way! Maybe it's you?
2 293 hours ago
Feeling a little fossilized from sitting in one place? Check out the link in our profile for a blog roundup of Laramie's best indoor activities.
1 643 hours ago
2019 has been the year that bears have edged their way up on my list of favourite animals, which I’m sure surprises no one. I’ve been blessed to spend hours and hours watching bears go about their business, and I couldn’t help but fall in love
Happy Women’s suffrage Day yesterday! 150 years ago on December 10th, Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote. Wyoming has had a lot of first for women, first Female governor, woman senator, the town of Jackson was run by all woman and many more first for woman in the state. For being the cowboy state they sure are gentlemen. This year I am writing an adventure column for the Star Valley Independent Newspaper on amazing outdoor women in Wyoming. Christy the fly fisher woman taught me to have fun while fly fishing and I loved her excitement! Laura the horse whisperer taught me about swirlolgy. Lila the dog sledder taught that anyone can skijor. RaDawn taught me that it’s never to late to try something new, especially owning a motorcycle. These ladies are amazing and I’m so thankful I have the opportunity to meet them. #unlimitedseries#thatswy#womenssuffrage#adventurer#outdoorwritter
spent the cozy day sleeping in, making breakfast, coffee and home depot runs(essentials for van building, apparently must go to home depot and dutch bro’s everyday), and then painting at my desk. did this little painting of the black hills in south dakota for a really special commission i was approached with. was nice to break up the ornaments painting. now im going to make some homemade cheddar broccoli soup, and paint ornaments for the rest of the night. i hope your day was just as cozy and snowy!!
A lot of elk waiting for me when I turned onto the ranch today.
1 767 hours ago
We’re excited to team up with The Bird for an amazing evening full of great beer & delicious bougie bites! 🍻🍽 Chef Pelican and Head Brewer Max have created a six course meal paired with Roadhouse beers - it’s an evening sure to please foodies and beer lovers alike!
Get ready to raise a glass & fill your bellies!!
Hope to see you 🔜 Link to purchase tickets in our bio.
1 597 hours ago
I almost missed it...
🏞️ Happy National Mountain Day 🥾
I love the outdoors and I feel so incredibly blessed to live in the heart of the Wind River Range 🙌
Here's a peak into one of my favorite places - Sacred Rim 💙
|| Misty Pebble ||
Mystical fog descends into Yellowstone National Park's Lamar Valley during a cool spring afternoon. As the evening light fades, juvenile bald eagles finish their scrumptious feast on the river's edge and return to the safety of their treetop nest. American bison settle down for the night as their omnivorous neighbors, American black bears, scurry to inhale the remaining berries. Twilight in Yellowstone's Lamar Valley is perhaps one of the most serene periods one can view in this magnificent ecosystem. #JourneyUnknown#TheBlueMarble
After a long day of photographing wolves, black bears, cinnamon black bears, and bison, I was returning to the Roosevelt Lodge when I came across this spectacular scene in my mirror. I quickly pulled to the side of the road and walked to the bank of the river with my tripod and camera. As I did so, around 15 different cars stopped to ask me what I was looking at/photographing. I replied, "the beautiful lines and shapes the mist is for-". They drove off.
This photograph taught me an important lesson when visiting new locations, experiencing new things, and photographing various subjects. Never lose sight of the bigger picture. Literally.
Everyone who drove off missed this beautiful scene unfold before their eyes. Drivers were so preoccupied with seeing moose, bears, and wolves that they completely ignored the beautiful things happening all around them. Afterward, I wrote this in my journal: "Never let something small cloud your vision of the greater whole". In essence, don't be so focused on something that you miss everything else. This rings true in work, in goals, in life, and in photography. Live life a mile at a time!
To purchase prints, watch videos, read my journal, view other photographs, and more, visit www.patrickwineimages.com
0 557 hours ago
6 months down so far 🌞🌞🌞
Evie can sit up on her own and stand while holding onto us or the couch. She’s obsessed with the cat but hasn’t quite figured out the open hand petting thing so the cat does not reciprocate. Evie loves to smile and is very ticklish. She brings so much joy to our lives ♥️
One of the most rewarding aspects of climbing is partnership. There’s nothing like being on the mountain and holding someone else’s life in your hands for building a relationship based on trust, patience, and vulnerability. That’s why this holiday season we’re offering an ice climbing partners BOGO sale - the perfect gift for your partner in adventure. Sign up for one of our ice climbing courses with a partner and get 50% off the cost of the second course.
Coupon code at checkout: ICEPARTNERS.
We celebrated 150 years of women's suffrage in #Wyoming in style last night!
On Dec. 10, 1869, the territory passed a groundbreaking law recognizing women's right to vote and hold public office.
On Dec. 10, 2019, @the_sheridan_press hosted a sold-out soiree at @thebrintonmuseum. The evening included the northern premiere of "State of Equality," a Wyoming PBS documentary; a living history exhibit with Sheridan High School drama students portraying pioneering Wyoming women; and a panel of regional experts. Plus, our friends at #TheBrinton had plenty of cocktails and bites — it was a party, after all!
Learn more about the event, see more photos from the festivities and explore the series "Year of Wyoming Women" at the link in our bio. 📷: @gatmaston
These nearly two pound porter house steaks are going out to a special someone for Christmas! 🤤
Thank you Truly \ Beef fans for all your orders. We are really trucking to keep up! We are so grateful to you all for supporting us. It’s such a blessing! 🤗
Mansão histórica do governador, que nos anos 70 deixou de ser a residência oficial (construíram uma nova), e se tornou um museu. É linda! São 4 andares intactos de muitos detalhes e histórias. #thatswy