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Work toward Your Own Financial Independence Day

We just celebrated the Fourth of July — a time for fireworks, picnics and a reflection on all the liberties we possess in this country. But if you’re going to enjoy the freedom to do the things you want, especially during your retirement years, you’ll want to take the steps necessary to achieve your own “Financial Independence Day.”

1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous happening now

(Riverton, Wyo.) –  This year marks the 26th anniversary of the 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous re-enactment.  The re-enactment started Wednesday July 1st and ends Sunday July 5th.  Our Rendezvous is the only re-enactment located on the actual historic site. So take advantage of this awesome opportunity to walk in the footsteps of famous trappers and traders such as Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, John Colter, Arapaho Chief “Medicine Man”, and many others.

Toughest Athletes Represent Wind River Country in Upcoming Cowboy Tough Adventure Race

The Wind River Visitors Council is again sponsoring a coed-team of four Fremont County locals competing in Wyoming’s 2015 Cameco Cowboy Tough Adventure Race: a three-and-a-half day adventure race featuring rugged sections of road and mountain biking, trekking, paddling and expert-level orienteering over a course of roughly 400 miles. Day One (Thursday, July 16) begins in Buffalo, Wyoming, follows routes through the Bighorn Mountains, and completes in Casper (Sunday, July 19).

Frontier cookin’, tomahawk throwin’, fire startin’ and much more at the 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous

(Riverton, Wyo.) –  This year marks the 26th anniversary of the 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous re-enactment.  The re-enactment starts this Wednesday July 1st and ends Sunday July 5th.  Our Rendezvous is the only re-enactment located on the actual historic site. So take advantage of this awesome opportunity to walk in the footsteps of famous trappers and traders such as Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, John Colter, Arapaho Chief “Medicine Man”, and many others.