WY Am I Here? Unique stories from Wyoming locals | That's WY
Wy am I Here?
Stories from locals and travelers who’ve been inspired by Wyoming
Wyoming's jagged mountains and rolling plains hold stories of exploration, spiritual awakening and grand adventure. Who better to bring these stories to life than people who have lived them? Discover what drives locals to make their living in Wyoming and what causes visitors to want to return again and again.
The Healing Power of Nature
When Cara's mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, and Cara she later faced the same cancer herself, she dealt with it the only way she knew how: by climbing, harnessing the healing power within Wyoming's wildest places.
Migratory journeys, like the 150-mile route pronghorn take from the Grand Tetons to the Red Desert, are rare in most parts of the world. That's why wildlife photographer and conservationist Joe Riis loves photographing wildlife in Wyoming. In a state with more pronghorns than people, animals are abundant and wild.
Whiskey is grounded in the wild west culture of our state. Heck, there's even a mountain named after it (Whiskey Mountain, located in the Wind River Range). But why is it so special? And what about Wyoming makes it so darn good? Find out from Wyoming Whiskey co-owner and COO David DeFazio.