Sunday, January 19
Sunday, February 17
Saturday, August 4
Opportunities to meet featured artists Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey and Joshua Tobey will be part of this year’s schedule, which includes the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival’s trademark mix of visual, contemporary, culinary, Western, landscape, wildlife and Native American arts. The festival offers visitors more than 50 family-friendly events, many of them free, surrounded by the Teton Mountain Range in its autumn colors – with a chance to purchase original artworks from cowboy to cutting-edge contemporary.
For more information about the festival and to see a schedule of events, click on the following link:
Wednesday, August 1
The Sweetwater Blues n’ Brews Festival is a rockin' annual event held on the second Saturday of August in Rock Springs (this year on Saturday, August 9, 2014). The festival is a celebration of music and microbrews, located downtown in Bunning Park. The all-day event will feature live blues music, the best microbrews in the region, some homemade BBQ, and a lot more! For more information, visit http://www.sweetwaterbluesnbrews.com/
Tuesday, July 31
For more information about this tasty Wyoming state BBQ championship (sanctioned KCBS) event, visit:
Monday, December 26
Friday, April 1
I had the opportunity to meet Craig and his lovely wife, Judy, a few years ago at a writer's conference when I was seated at the same table for dinner (along with another favorite Wyoming author, Tim Sandlin). It was one of my most memorable evenings. And if you ever get a chance to meet Craig and Judy, then you will know why I feel this way.
For more information about Craig and his upcoming book signing schedule, check out his website at: http://www.craigallenjohnson.com/
And here is an excerpt about the new series from examiner.com written by Carol Thomas (3/6/11):
The Art & Entertainment Network (A&E), in partnership with Warner Horizon Television and TNT, has placed Longmire, a pilot episode for a television series based on Craig Johnson's mystery series, on its production schedule for 2011. Australian actor Robert Taylor will take on the role of Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire, Johnson’s central character.
Taylor has appeared in such films as Coffin Rock (2009), Storm Warning (2007) and Rogue (2007). He is also known for his role as Agent Jones in the 1999 film The Matrix.
Hunt Baldwin and John Coveny wrote the hour-long pilot for Longmire. They will also serve as executive producers along with Greer Shephard and Michael M. Robin. Greg Yaitanes will direct.
In a March 3, 2011 post on his Facebook page, Craig Johnson comments on his role as “creative consultant” for the Longmire production. “They've pretty much kept me in the loop and asked my opinions on everything – which means that if it fails, I'm blaming me,” he writes. He also includes a photograph of Robert Taylor, whom he describes as being “the guy I wanted” to play Sheriff Walt Longmire.
Johnson introduced Walt Longmire in the 2004 series debut novel, The Cold Dish. Longmire is a Vietnam veteran who has served for over two decades as the sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming.
Johnson has continued the adventures of Longmire, his Philadelphia-born deputy, Victoria Moretti, and his best friend, Henry Standing Bear, through five additional novels – Death Without Company (2006), Kindness Goes Unpunished (2007), Another Man's Moccasins (2008), The Dark Horse (2009) and Junkyard Dogs (2010). A seventh Walt Longmire novel, Hell Is Empty, will be released in the U.S. on June 2, 2011.
Wednesday, December 15
Check out this site for the latest information about ski conditions and some great photos of one of the most splendid winter wonderlands on earth!
I look forward to seeing you on the mountain and happy holidays to you and yours!
Monday, September 13
Wednesday, June 30
There is so much to do along this pleasurable path that there is a publication titled, Sweet 16 Travel Guide, with nearly 50 pages of information about all the fun and interesting places along the way.
So if you are planning a trip to the cowboy state, or live here, and looking for new territory to explore, load up the car and travel one Wyoming's sweetest highways! For more information about the Sweet 16 Travel Guide, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, June 28
Photograph courtesy Grand Targhee Resort
Tuesday, August 4
Traditionally, gazpacho is made by pounding the vegetables using a mortar and pestle, but contemporary cooks favor using a blender or food processor for ease in preparation. Another preparation method is to dice the ingredients, reserving the liquid from the vegetables, to create a chunky version of the soup. Gazpacho is typically complemented with different garnishes. These may include the same vegetables the soup contains, as well as croutons. I like to serve gazpacho with sliced baguettes, drizzled lightly with extra-virgin olive oil. Click here for my favorite gazpacho recipe.
A world without tomatoes is like a string quartet without violins. -Laurie Colwin, Author