The Internet is all a buzz about this map going around showing just how much the population in each state has changed over the years. More specifically how much has changed since 1810. It's a pretty boring map until you get to somewhere around the 1950s.
Our phones have such an important role in our lives and it has become one of the most important inventions in history if you want my opinion on it. But back in a day when things were strickly done by telegraph and by snail mail, you had no choice but to be patient for things to arrive and to get inf…
Yes, I am back with yet another photo from our friends from the Western History Center of Wyoming. I love whoever is running their Facebook page because they have no shortage of historic photos from our quaint little town throughout the years.
I love checking out these old photos from Casper and being in 2020 it really feels like 1961 was 100 years ago but it wasn't. And yet so much has changed as far as what our town looks like and especially our use of technology.
Most of us know Taco Johns as a staple in Mexican food around Wyoming. Heck, I used to eat there almost every single day when I was in high school. But have you ever seen a photo of the first Taco Johns in the entire state?
Finding old photos of Casper has to be the highlight of my days. It's fun for me to look back and try to figure out what has taken the place of some of these old businesses or trying to see how much has changed in these photos.
Casper has changed so much over the years and continues to change every single year. There are things that I really do miss having in this town like laser-tag for one. But I also miss the way things looked when I was growing up.