The Second Story Books

Here we go up the stair to The Second Story Books, one of the most colorful and charming book stores in SE Wyoming and the ONLY private seller of NEW books in Albany County.

With its second story connecting door with Night Heron (used) Books & Coffee House, we do spill through briefly so that you can imagine the endless opportunity available in these two stores.

By the way, we also scramble down the outdoor fire escape and allow a voluptuous view of the outstanding mural celebrating The Second Story AND Big Hollow Food Coop.

Riegel Body Shop

What has surprised us about photographing Riegel Body Shop is the size. It is a family owned business currently headed by Ted Riegel and it has a homey touch. The facility on Washington Avenue in West Laramie can be deceiving. It is much larger than one might imagine seeing the front.

But you can see for yourself. Just click on the image above and you can see it all.

Works of Wyoming

A virtual tour of Works of Wyoming is live on Google Street View.

WOW has a gallery offering various shows throughout the year featuring Wyoming artists and a gift shop, on site and online, showcasing the work of Wyoming artists and crafts-people. They also offer art production workshops, business of art classes and one-on-one marketing consultations in Laramie and throughout Wyoming, on site and online as well. Business Counseling is available to all Wyoming Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses as well as artists.

Works of Wyoming, a project of the Wyoming Women’s Business Center, was created for artists to increase their business knowledge as well as enhance their visibility. WOW was created to encourage Wyoming artists with networking, training and workshops, art community building. WOW works directly with artists to develop training in business and marketing practices.

Cowgirl Yarn on East Ivinson

Here is another great tour. Great because the client has an absolutely gorgeous store filled with everything and anything associated with yarn, knitting, looms and more.

Click on the image above and immerse yourself in beautiful colors and fine products. Here are a few more clickable examples:

Cowgirl Yarn is in early stages of introducing a studio in its recently improved ground level. Access may be obtained from inside the store but this link is a little more straightforward.

Chalk n’ Cheese Tour

Chalk N’ Cheese, located in the downtown Laramie, is a space  where new ideas are born, new friends are made, and new experiences are curated. Their new Google virtual tour offers a taste of what’s in store.

Are you interested in learning how a virtual tour can help your enterprise? Call us at 307.314.9818!

Markle Financial Tour

Just published new tour of Markle Financial in Laramie.

Markle Financial is committed to the long-term financial success of Laramie and those who call it home. Their wealth management services provide practical, customized solutions for a variety of financial needs – whether you’re looking for a trusted financial advisor, proven investment counsel, retirement planning support, or help for a personal challenge.

Woolf’s Greenhouse

357 N Third St, Laramie

Woolf’s Greenhouse is one of those jewels of a business that some communities are fortunate to enjoy. They open as a greenhouse as soon as it is practical to begin planting things. All of their plants are started in January from seed. The business typically closes for the season in July when everybody should be in the ground so to speak.

Bent & Rusty

The Bent & Rusty is the first Albany County retail outlet to offer a Google Business Tour of their beautiful store. Bent & Rusty is located in Laramie’s historic downtown district. Photography is provided by and processing and moderation is provided by based in New Jersey.

Founded in 2013 The Bent and Rusty is a group of Wyoming Craftsman and Artisans who make one-of-a-kind items for those who appreciate quality and unique style. Each Craftsman and Artisan creates beautifully crafted rustic designs, rustic home designs, rustic furniture, and much more! The Bent and Rusty, also creates customized projects to cater to your personal style and specifications.

The Bent and Rusty started at Bart’s Flea Market and within several months moved to historic downtown Laramie, 117 E Grand Ave where they resided for 2 and a half years. In September of 2016 they moved to much larger location around the corner at 308 S.2nd Street.