Has many, many natural resources (only Texas produces more oil) and has some of, if not the largest coal mines in the world, not many people, but generally accepting of others, so long as they don't butt into other people's lives. Often said to hold true to the Constitution (that all men are created equal), and where liberals are generally looked down upon (especially when liberal groups try to stuff laws down our throats, just look up a few things from the Matthew Shephard Case, the media and many gay rights activist groups tried to force new laws on us and make us into hicks), fairly Conservative (we may have a Democrat for a Governor, but he did not approve of any of the Democratic Candidates), the people of Southern Wyoming don't really like the Greenies (Coloradans) too much, especially during "border wars" between Universities of the 2 states.
Texas lost their Cowboy way, so it's down to Wyoming now.
Cowboy Up. (Means, in short, to toughen up for whatever comes your way).
There are some very beautiful places in Wyoming such as Yellowstone National Park. You can buy almost any kind of fireworks there, and if there is a speed limit, its barely enforced.
Since there is less than half a million people there are very few cities. The few main ones being Cheyenne, Casper, and Powell. Wyoming is one of the few states still inhabitated by 'real' cowboys who catch rattlesnakes and ride horses around in tight pants.
Over all, because Wyoming has very few people and even less reasons to visit, it is seen as a boring, baren, uninteresting land. This is untrue.
*Perhaps the best area for alternative energy production with very high winds being average & an above average number of usable solar hours per day/year.
*Demographics in the Laramie-Casper-Rawlins triangle display Caucasian & Hispanic populations, very few Blacks.
*Great state if we could only keep the yuppies out!