So I was sitting in my living room watching the snow fall and silently hoping for it to keep falling until the powder at Sleeping Giant Si Area is a foot deep, cross country ski trails need grooming and the snowmobiling is smoother than Dan Miller singing about cool, clear water.
I also took the opportunity to prop up my tired legs and rest after a morning spent snowshoeing along the South Fork of the Shoshone River as I joined in on the fun of the Cody Ice Festival.
That’s when I came across an article by 24/7 Wall Street ranking the best states for people as they grow older. This was one of those online articles that makes you click through the photos and captions one at a time until you find your state.
In the case, I went through all of them since Wyoming was Number 1.
As I am many, many, many years from being classified as “old,” I viewed this exercise as purely hypothetical.
Let’s pretend, however, that I am closer to retirement than I am to being legally allowed into the lounge at Cassie’s Supper Club. What should I consider?
Well, it turns Read More