The NSFWA and Sheridan WYO Rodeo worked together to offer many planned events: There were displays of stagecoaches, Conestoga wagons, specialty wooden-wheeled vehicles, cavalry cannons, chuck wagons, and this year we specialized in freight wagons. The Sheridan WYO Rodeo organized a 10 to 20-mule team, pulling heavy freight wagons loaded with wool. In addition, we listened to professional guest speakers share the history of the Bozeman Trail days of long ago.
This year we offered free rodeo tickets to a spectacular PRCA rodeo, plus an elegant free barbeque (-BQ) for all members. We also enjoyed a historic parade down the Old Sheridan Main Street: one of the largest horse and horse-drawn vehicle parades in Wyoming. Sheridan is the epicenter of the end of the Indian wars and is located very close to Emigrant Trails, Fort Phil Kearney State Historic Site and Custer Battlefield Musuem. Sheridan hosts the Don King Museum and the Brinton Museum.