Wednesday, February 16, 2011


Howdy you all,
This is Bill from Sheridan, WY. Today, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Sheridan, Wyoming, one of its 2011 Dozen Distinctive Destinations! I am writing you to ask you to VOTE in the National Trust for Historic Preservation "Distinctive Destinations" Fan Favorite Contest!
If you have never been here, well take my word for it, you should vote for Sheridan, PLEASE!!!!! Thanks. The link is above and in the article. So, Vote now, and vote often, because, you can, well at least vote once a day! Thank you very much! And Sheridan thanks you very much too!
Best wishes always,

Howdy William

Today...Tomorrow and each day until March 15th

Help make Sheridan
#1 Again!
In this year's
Distinctive Destinations


Today, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Sheridan, Wyoming, one of its 2011 Dozen Distinctive Destinations!

Sheridan, nominated by Sheridan Travel and Tourism, was selected for its vibrant Main Street commercial district, abundant recreational opportunities, and its authentic Western character, all set "in the shadow of the Big Horns." 

The Sheridan Area Tourism Celebration will be held at the Historic Sheridan Inn on Friday, February 18th, 4-7 pm.  From February 15 to March 15, Sheridan will be participating in a public online voting contest to select the 2011 Dozen Distinctive Destinations "Fan Favorite" .  .  .  Visit

For 11 years the National Trust for Historic Preservation has annually selected communities across America that offer cultural and recreational experiences different from those found at the typical vacation destination.  From dynamic downtowns and stunning architecture to cultural diversity and a commitment to historic preservation, sustainability and revitalization, the selected destinations boast a richness of character and exude an authentic sense of place. 
"Sheridan is a classic Western town, offering visitors a real taste of its ranching, farming and mining heritage, as well as contemporary theater, arts and dining opportunities," said Stephanie Meeks, president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  "Outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs and shoppers alike will be amazed by Sheridan's amenities, including hiking, hunting and fishing; archeological sites and public art; and top-notch purveyors of Western art and apparel."     

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Penny L. Becker, Executive Director
Sheridan Travel and Tourism
Sheridan, Wyoming - Voted #1 Western Town in America!
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Anonymous said...

Bill, love ya, but I have to go with Chapel Hill, NC. It's all about education, baby, and a lively progressive cultural scene.,_North_Carolina


Wyoming Beardog said...

Hey I understand Older_Wiser, but I was just promoting my hometown here.
I truly wish we were a lively progressive cultural scene, but we are not. That is the only down-side of Sheridan, we are a socially backward looking state, which touts it libertarian heritage and current philosophy, except when they feel government should infringe on one's (Woman's) personal life. It is a real misogynist and sexist viewpoint. But it is real. It's a shame that the anti-intellectual social Darwinismist are the policy and law-makers for this state. That is the only down-side of Wyoming.
Thanks for the comment.
Oh, My freshman year in college I was in a school in NC right down the road, so to speak from UNC- Chapel Hill in Winston-Salem, a little known University called Wake Forest. I did love the the area, especially heading into western NC.

Anonymous said...

I worked in Sheridan back in '82 building the NERCO Bldg. There were 3 of us that our company ( Johnson Acoustics )in Portland Or sent down to do the job with the rest of the workers we hired being locals. I loved my short time there and will never forget the locals' hospitality along with the rich Native American history. After finishing the project and shortly after I returned to Portland I relocated to Anchorage Alaska and have been here ever since....Rick


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