It seems that Wyoming is surrounded by a lot of famous people. I’m not talking about the yuppies that come here because it’s cheaper than LA and a lot prettier. I’m talking about real people in Wyoming shedding light on them for awesome things they’re doing. We’re not even talking about a CJ Box novel getting a TV deal, however, I think we all agree with more of those coming to a small (or big) screen near you.
Josh Kirk, who appeared on the History Channel’s Mountain Men show, is expected to travel to the capital for a celebration at the Powder River Art Gallery, where he will perform music.
If you are going to celebrate a 2 year anniversary, you might as well find someone who is famous not only in their own state, but all over dang country. The event will take place on Saturday, June 19 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Powder River Art Gallery, located at 1906 Thomas Ave in Cheyenne.
If you’re not too familiar with Mountain Men, this is a really fun show to watch. I’ve been an avid Swamp People fan for over a decade and it was an easy show for Mountain Men. Just a few shows about the people who work and live off the land. We can really appreciate that here in Wyoming.
This is how the story describes Josh Kirk.
At the foot of the Wind River Range in Wyoming lives Josh Kirk: farmer, hunter and ranch manager. With his wife, Bonnie, and daughter, Eden, Josh makes ends meet by working with one of the West’s most iconic and dangerous creaturesâ¦ the American Bison. He is committed to making a living by propagating a species that has been almost erased from the once upon a time landscape.
The new season of Mountain Men will begin on June 3.