Some ideas for the late, late Wyoming Christmas shopper


Sometimes, just sending folks a piece of Wyoming can suffice, even if it is a small one.

In Riverton, Sandy Barton likes to give fresh sagebrush wreaths.

In this vein, up in Buffalo, Jim Hicks tells this story: “At the start of WWII my folks had moved to California (dad was working at a US Army Air Corps Pacific Supply facility). Nobody in our family had any money. 

“I recall one of the relatives from Gillette sent along a Christmas greeting and the gift inside was a small sprig of Wyoming sagebrush. It was a wonderful gift from home as I recall. It stayed in a small vase on the tabl...

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