Tips for Wyoming visit with KIDS

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  1. Love Wyoming! And we saw a moose!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Was it huge??? I heard a story while in Canada that someone actually drove UNDER one.

  2. LC says:

    Wyoming is somewhere in the States that I’d really like to go (along with Montana, not sure why). Love to see a moose there, but am always happy with any horses.

  3. rhiydwi says:

    So many family-friendly activities, and all pretty budget-friendly too! I’ve never heard of If You Give A Moose A Muffin before but it looks pretty cute, might have to look into it and maybe purchase a copy for my niece.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Oh, your niece will love the book! It is a series now and she might be familiar with one of the others…If you Give a Mouse a Cookie, If you Give a Pig a Pancake. What a great aunt you are to read to her!! She’ll have fun, learn, and expand her vocabulary, too. 🙂

  4. Clare says:

    I haven’t been to Wyoming before. I would love to visit Devil’s tower and a ranch though. Seems like there is a lot to do in this state and I will add it to my list for my next visit 🙂

  5. I didn’t know Wyoming had so many ‘firsts’ like the first woman to ever vote was from there. I live in Canada and have never seen a moose – maybe I’ll have to head to Wyoming! 😉

  6. I love how Wyoming has so many firsts! I’d love to visit the National forest. And I’d love to see moose! Love the idea for kids’ arts and crafts (hand prints and foot print).

  7. leahshoup says:

    I’ve never been to Wyoming myself since it’s so far away from me, but it’s always seemed like it’d be gorgeous. I had no idea about a lot of the history you mentioned here, especially that the first woman to vote was in Wyoming! Looks like I’ll have to add it to the bucket list.

  8. Joanna says:

    I like how you included fun attractions together with educational ones, like the library. Also, you chose to spend time in nature, which is great, as children these days spend too much time in front of their computers. Wyoming looks like a wonderful place to visit, with or without children (as I don’t have any).

    • NatalieTanner says:

      So true! Computers are important but so is the great outdoors and spending time together! Thanks for stopping by!

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