Welcome to the 2015 A to Z Blogging Challenge! Each day for the month of April I will be posting alphabetically from A to Z and my theme is Wyoming.
When people think of Wyoming, they almost always picture rugged cowboys roping steers, branding cattle or riding into the sunset. I'm here to tell you, this is true. In Cheyenne, the one time of the year you see more cowboys than you can shake a stick at is during Cheyenne Frontier Days. For ten days in late July, there's a cowboy on every corner. They're getting ready for ten days of rodeo insanity. The rodeo is called "The Daddy of 'Em All." The Sunday before opening day, cowboys herd the steers that will be used in the rodeo. They start north of town and drive the herd to Frontier Park where the steers will be housed during the rodeo. Cowboys come to Cheyenne from all over America to ride bucking broncs and bulls. It's a dangerous job but somebody's got to do it.
Have you ever done something dangerous?