Ringing in the new year

How will you ring in the new year? The office of the Wyoming State Archeologist said a sheep bell might be appropriate, and they just happened to have one. From its website: This iron sheep bell was collected as an isolated find in Johnson County in 1986 on property administered by the Bureau of Land Management. While its manufacturing date is unknown, it represents a legacy of Wyoming’s sheepherding past. UWAR hopes everyone rings in a happy new year with their own sheep bell! *Feature Photo: University of Wyoming State Archeologist / Pitchengine Communities* *#county10 #news*