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Adjusting to rural America

Saratoga Sun Column


I’ll admit, Wyoming was never a state I thought I’d eventually live in. When I was younger, I always thought of the place as a large, deserted piece of land with multiple tiny and isolated towns placed randomly across the state limits. The thought of there being so many small towns spread far apart from one another with no big cities close by seemed too painful for me to bear. I thought I might be able to live in a bigger Wyoming city like Cheyenne or Casper, but I never thought I could live in one of the multiple small towns like Saratoga.

I had a love for big cities ever since I was y...

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