Welcome to Wyoming!
Welcome, welcome to this presentation about Wyoming. I hope you will enjoy learning about popular attractions, historical landmarks, physical features, and food. Enjoy the show.
Come with me on a great road trip to Wyoming. Make sure you have a full tank of gas as you begin to travel the 1,436 miles from Atlanta, Georgia, to Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming. It is 21 hours and 34 min by car from Atlanta to Cheyenne. That's a lot, but it is worth the drive.
Whew this temperature is burning hot! The temperature in April is 85 Fahrenheit. Isn't that hot? Well in spring in Wyoming, you can definitely wear shorts and a t-shirt.
Old Faithful, is in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park, it goes off every hour. As you can see from the picture, its column of boiling water erupts out of the ground (about 5,000 to 8,000 gallons of water erupt!). This is where it also gets its name "Old Faithful." It is faithful or reliable and can be depended upon to go off every single day, more than eighteen times a day! My family has actually been to see it and it was amazing! I myself saw it this past summer!
This wonderful mountain, the Grand Tetons, is Wyoming's second tallest mountain. It is a prefect place to "hang out." The name of the Grand Tetons comes from the French word brass. People from all over the world come to Wyoming to climb up this magnificent mountain. The average time it takes to do this is about two days. Ski mountaineers also love to ski off this mountain. Its peaks are incredible.
This is the most fun Dude Ranch in Wyoming. You can ride horses, play in their playground, make new friends, and just generally have so much fun with nature.
This piece of steak is so rich in taste, and actually costs $97.99. Try not to worry about the cost, because you are paying for a steak that is about a foot and six inches!