A Christmas wreath hangs from a historic cabin in Jackson Hole. (Timothy C. Mayo)

WyoFile would like to share an important bulletin with our readers, contributors and cohorts: Cheers! 

Here’s wishing you a restful holiday season and joyful new year. As the new decade approaches and the daylight begins to grow longer, we hope you can spend time with loved ones, reflect on the important things in life and appreciate the moments of wonder that come with living in Wyoming. 

Moments like this one, caught by photographer Timothy C. Mayo, of a timeworn cabin bedecked with a symbol of the season. 

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Katie Klingsporn

Katie Klingsporn is WyoFile's managing editor. She is a journalist and word geek who has been writing about life in the West for 15 years. Her pieces have appeared in Adventure Journal, National Geographic...

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