Wyoming

A Wildlife Tour With Jackson Hole Eco Tour Adventures, photo credit Josh Metten Photography

Growing up with parents who preferred nature over amusement parks meant that I spent my childhood summers on road trips to National Parks in the Western United States. We visited parks like Yosemite, Olympic, Redwood, Mt. Rainier, Glacier, Grand Teton and Yellowstone. These childhood experiences instilled in me a deep love of nature and wildlife that’s followed me into adulthood. I rarely flip past a nature show on television and

3 Reasons to Book a Trip to Jackson, Wyoming Right Now, snowshoeing in Grand Teton National Park, HeidiTown.com

We just spent three nights in Jackson and I have lots of things to write about it, but for now, I’m sharing with you a quick list of three reasons you should book a trip to this iconic Wyoming town right now.  Not necessarily number one, two or three is the fact that, despite three local ski areas, winter is off-season in Jackson. This means it’s much less busy right

A Jolly Trolley Ride in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Riding the trolley. HeidiTown.com

It’s been interesting to watch my first article about Cheyenne, “So You Think You Know Cheyenne, Wyoming?” circulate the interwebs. Some of the comments are a reminder of how many of us tend to become jaded about our own hometowns. Whether you agree with me or not about Cheyenne, I think the city is swell and has a lot to offer visitors. One of Cheyenne’s major assets is its colorful