Speaking of dogs, Frank keeps 180 of them on hand these days to handle sled-hauling duties for his tour business.
“They all have names and personalities. I have some sweethearts, I have some boneheads,” he says. But he loves them all. “They’re basically my kids.”
Frank also loves introducing guests to the wonder of Wyoming in winter.
“There’s no other state I’m aware of that offers what Wyoming offers,” he says. “Whether it’s hunting, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, dogsledding, wildlife photography, it’s all here.”
With 1,500 miles of groomed trails throughout the state, Wyoming is perfect for going the distance, whatever your preferred mode of travel. Also worth noting, according to Frank: “We have better snow than Alaska.”
Frank’s been in Wyoming for 35 years—almost long enough to be considered a local. In that time he’s learned a thing or two about how to get the most from a visit to his adopted home state. “You just need to unplug and slow down and absorb it all,” Teasley says. “In Wyoming you don’t have to be distracted, except by what’s around you. Which is a whole lot of nature.”