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Jim moved to Cheyenne from upstate New York in 2013 to take his love of the great outdoors, good food and craft beer to a new elevation. He is our resident camping, ultra running, fishing, backpacking, beer drinking and steak loving expert. You'll also find him enjoying great live music, especially Texas country music artists.

Try Something New with a RaceCation

Come experience the legend in historic Cheyenne, Wyoming, with this five-day, four-night vacation package! The Cheyenne Marathon RaceCation package includes daily runs, yoga sessions, a running clinic, meditation, and the event of your choice (Marathon, Half Marathon, or 5K) at the Cheyenne Marathon…

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Oh, that brisket!

I'm going to make an argument here about Americana. Everyone says baseball and apple pie is about as American as you can get. I'm going to disagree. I'll argue that slow cooked brisket in a chuck wagon dinner and rodeo is really what America is about! I travel all over the country to watch rodeos…

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Rodeo Season is Almost Upon Us

Rodeo is the official sport of the state of Wyoming, and as spring blooms in the Mountain West we are all excited for the upcoming rodeo season. From the best athletes in world competing on the pro rodeo circuit, to local ranch hands earning some beer money, you can find fun, accessible rodeo action…

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Why Cheyenne is the Next Mountain Biking Hot Spot

< > Mountain biking is a growing recreational sport, and it makes perfect sense. On top of taking you into the mountains and hills of Wyoming mountain biking, it’s an environmentally friendly, sustainable and daring sport, offering exhilaration and beauty in one go. For anyone who loves to ride bikes…

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Cheyenne Christmas

Thanksgiving is a week from today and that means the official kickoff of the Holiday season. Yes, I…

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Hiking the Turtle Rock Trail: Vedauwoo’s Prime Path

< > Backpacking is one of the best things to do while hiking in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and it looks like my passion has been passed on through the family. I promised my 8-year old daughter this year that I would take her on her first overnight backpacking trip. I rediscovered my love for back packing last…

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