By day, Andi Jaspersen wordsmiths copy and designs materials for Visit Cheyenne as their experience and marketing manager and lead writer for the Boots on the Ground blog. By night, she devours the adventures of her three kids and wields knitting needles with a side of Star Trek. Her photography has been featured in exhibitions in three different countries, including three solo shows and published in Stanchion Lit Zine.
‘100 Things To Do In Cheyenne Before You Die’ by Andi Jaspersen gives insider view to unique must-see sights – Greeley Tribune
In every city or town, there’s a handful of things that only long-time locals are privy to. This could be a simple hole-in-the- wall diner that serves a spectacular breakfast, a unique museum or an interesting little shop in downtown.
It’s America’s smallest state by population but boasts of having the World’s Largest Outdoor Rodeo and Western Celebration. We’re talking about Wyoming—the Cowboy State—and its rambunctious rodeo celebration for Cheyenne Frontier Days, celebrated since 1897. This year the “Daddy of ’Em
Though snow is in the forecast, there are still many events happening in the city to get you and your family out of the cold.