The second Sunday of March brings us Daylight Saving Time, or DST, and Standard Time returns on the first Sunday of November. In March, clocks are moved forward one hour from 2am standard time to 3am DST, and in November, clocks are moved back one hour from 2am DST to 1am standard time
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It came. It went. We're spent.
We loved this year's line-up for Beartrap 2014--from Jalan Crossland, Littlest Birds and Spencer Bohren, to Johnny Sketch, The Deadly Gentlemen and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band--the bluegrass, country, jazz, insert other awesome music type here, rocked our socks off
Concert goers from all over Wyoming packed into Beartrap Meadow to hear a range of voices, including the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. It was a perfect Sunday afternoon, and the crowds were eager to express their love for all things bluegrass.
We had dogs. Beards. And now we're bringing you the vibrant ink and artistic stylings of: Tattoos of Beartrap.
We walked around the grounds and shot whatever caught our eye. Big. Small. Black. White
By far one of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's most popular songs, "Fishin' In The Dark" was a 2014 Beartrap Summer Festival favorite. The meadow was fully alive with song and dance as the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band performed the popular hit. Check out the awesome dancing from some of Beartrap's finest.
For Beartrap Summer Festival's 20th anniversary, it seemed only fitting to bring back the festival's biggest crowd drawing act, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
The Deadly Gentlemen hit the stage on Sunday afternoon, adding a strong beat and eclectic tune to an outstanding bluegrass crowd. The four-piece ensemble, complete with cello, banjo, guitar and percussion, kept a strong voice and made crowds erupt in hoots and clapping
The Deadly Gentlemen took the stage at Beartrap Summer Festival this afternoon---guitar, banjo, cello and percussion combined for a deep, soulful sound reminiscent of a country modern jazz crossover
The Natrona County Sheriffs Department always does a great job of making sure Beartrap Summer Festival goers have a safe and fun experience. Do you know what kind of work goes into making that happen?
Jalan Crossland is becoming quite the alum at the Beartrap Summer Festival! He's now taken the stage two days in a row--each day drawing a larger crowd. The local has drawn quite the gathering in the Casper area, as well as the state