The Robertson Draw Fire is a fire burning south of Red Lodge, Montana near Clark Wyoming, according to InciWeb. The fire continues to burn with no known end in sight, but InciWeb has published a list of facts about the fire to keep the public informed and, most importantly, safe.
The possible eruption (someday) of the super-volcano in Yellowstone is almost laughable for those of us that live here. Sure, it could happen someday, but in our lifetime? Probably not. But, if you've ever wondered what that event might look like, there's a new computer simulation of this terrifying event.
When we mention that the Casper area and Wyoming in general has a rich history in the oil fields, this is what we're talking about. It's a retro video showing how much of the oil industry work was done in our region 100 years ago.
If you're anywhere in Grand Teton National Park, it's a good idea to assume that you're potentially being followed by a bear. That's exactly what happened to a runner in the park recently as he shared video of the encounter.
I love when technology does something new and interesting. I also love legends from the wild west (hence my name) so you'd think I'd love how artificial intelligence has brought a series of classic wild west photos back to life. Nope. It's beyond creepy. Let's see if you agree.
If you've ever had the pleasure of riding a snowmobile, you know there are few things in life that are more fun than that. If you've ridden in the backcountry of Wyoming, you also understand the avalanche danger. One Wyoming snowmobiler has shared video and his story about an avalanche he was caught up in, but lived to tell the tale.
Our lakes behave differently in Wyoming. Dare I say better? If you visit one of them at the right time, you can almost hear the ice sing to you like one visitor to Frye Lake near Lander experienced recently.