There are many days when I’ve just had it with memes and emoticons, endless Google ads, thoughtless selfie-takers, high fructose corn syrup, Sheridan Avenue speeders and agonizingly slow Internet. Well, not many days. Just yesterday, which started with slow Internet, ended with being included in an insane group text that was filled with smiley-, laughy-, frowny- and weepy-face emoticons and was filled in between with one petty annoyance after another.
I needed a break. I left my smartphone at home and visited Old Trail Town, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer. Old Trail Town is a collection of 26 authentic cabins and buildings that show visitors what it was like to live in the Wyoming frontier. A visit to Old Trail Town is good therapy for over-stimulated, hyper-sensitive, wound-way-too-tight me.
Old Trail Town was started by a Wyoming native named Bob Edgar, whose passion for the history of the region and his work as an archaeologist for the Buffalo Bill Center of the West propelled his quest to preserve authentic frontier Read More