Welcome to Wyoming, the Forever West! Early September I went for a week long trip to Wyoming and Montana, crossing off three national parks from my bucket list. More on that later but in this post I just wanted to share my experience in Wyoming and how it felt like to be in a new terrain. While Montana is mountain territory and is incredibly beautiful and I knew I would love it there. But I had no clue as to what to expect from Wyoming except from the two national parks I was visiting there.
You know the feeling you get when you set foot in a new place and it just blows your mind with its beauty and landscape. And Wyoming is everything about LANDSCAPE. The big landscapes are evident as soon as you hit the highway and just every road is a scenic byway. Think of the American West and enter Wyoming. This is true cowboy country with dude ranches everywhere, even the license plates feature a man on a bucking horse.
Being the least populated U.S state, I came across towns so small that you could easily miss at the blink of an eye, with population as low as 200. From first hand experience, I can say that it meant much more planning when it came to hotels, fuel and food as the distance between the towns was vast. You can drive for hours on the road and not see a soul but plenty of cattle and horse grazing out in the fields.
It is truly the wild west. It is a land that inspires dreams of riding horseback across the plains or in our case play the Mirzya title track on loop.
Wearing: Asos hat | H&M sweater | Loft jeans.