Discoveries America

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Explore "The Cowboy State" with video essays on cowboys and rodeo, discover the natural beauty of Wyoming - in Yellowstone park, the first national park; "Devil's Tower", the first national monument; plus learn about Wyoming's other motto- the Suffrage state, and how it was the first government in the world to grant women a continuous vote. Discover Jackson Hole; "Old West Days" celebration; kayaking the Snake river; Thermopolis Hot Springs - the third largest tourist attraction in Wyoming; Dubois, a community turned from Cowtown to artist haven; Cheyenne, the capitol; take a close up look at possibly the world's largest coal mine; and visit the town of Cody and its Buffalo Bill Historic Center.

(Discoveries America Mountain West States 5 DVD collection includes 5% discount: Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. Condensed version also available with 5 DVD's in a single case.)

DVDDAWY VIEWER COMMENTS: Diane Shober - Wyoming Dept. of Travel and Tourism"...this (Discoveries...America, Wyoming) is a great piece of work for which you should be proud and I appreciate you forwarding it for my review..."

DVDDAWY REVIEW: Discoveries America, Wyoming
"Offering up a leisurely and beautifully lensed trip through the contemporary culture and natural wonders of the "Cowboy State," Discoveries...America, Wyoming - from award-winning filmmakers Jim and Kelly Watt - examines the state's cowboy heritage, from frontier history and rodeo events to Western art and artists.

But it also touches on some facts that most folks are unlikely to know: such as Wyoming's important role in women's suffrage (the first state to grant women a continuous vote). Of course, the program features plenty of spectacular beauty, including Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, Devil's Tower, hot springs, and more, filmed in widescreen high definition video. Sure to appeal to those planning visits to Wyoming, as well as armchair travelers drawn to informative and eye-catching profiles, this is recommended."