Once again a person who has never been to Wyoming makes a claim about Wyoming.

Wyoming: The lowest populated state doesn’t have much to keep people entertained.

The story is in a post by a website called 1JR. Or Journey Ranger.

My advice is the same as the advice I've given to all other stories like this one.

Don't write about a place until you've gone there and stayed there for a while.

Population: 581,381
Average Cost of House: $237,900
Average People Per Household: 2.44
Percentage of Outward Moves: 44.7%
Not many people know how much history Wyoming oozes, including the state’s crucial role in fighting for equal voting rights for women all those years ago. Thankfully, the state also has a reported healthy financial health right now, coming in with the sixth lowest taxes in the US, sitting at 6.42%. What could go wrong?

That’s all thanks to the amount of nature in the state. Wyoming is incredibly picturesque, which is perfect for those looking to get away but not so great for people wanting something to do at every turn. Then there’s the fact Wyoming is the least-populated state of them all, seeing 44.7% of residents looking to get out.

There are some things this write-up got right, and some things got wrong.

As for nothing much to do in Wyoming, that would depend on what sort of "to do" you are talking about.

If your goal is shopping and off-Broadway shows, then no. Not much here.

But if you understand what can be done with untouched, open landscape, then there is too much to do in Wyoming.

Some people find entertainment in the fact that there are no big cities in Wyoming and so few people out here.

That can be REFRESHING!

You can't judge this state with city eyes.

The Largest Gun, Saddle & Oddity Museum In Wyoming

The old west is preserved with the largest collection of guns, saddles and rare western oddities at King's Saddlery & Museum in downtown Sheridan, Wyoming.

Wyoming Has Polish MiGs for Ukraine

Not long after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the was talk of Poland giving Ukraine some of their MiG fighter planes.

Poland is now part of NATO. So they were willing to part with the older Russian planes for newer and more hi-tech Western planes.

For several reasons, the deal fell through. Ukraine will not get the planes.

HEY Ukraine!
If you're still interested, Wyoming has a few old Polish MiGs we would be happy to give you.

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