Differences between Utah and Wyoming, more specifically Park City and Lyman.
When God says it's time for Spring...Utah actually obeys, while Wyoming protests until late June. (I say this as it's a blizzard in Park City. Go figure.)
SLC drivers cut you off in traffic for (usually) a legit reason (probably caused by another out of state driver), Wyoming drivers do it for the heck of it on a 10 mile stretch of open road.
Contrary to popular belief: diversity.
You can't just leave your car running when you run into the store in Utah. Turns out, you end up sprinting across the parking lot to retrieve your keys
and pull the hijacker out of the drivers seat
The tallest building in Wyoming is the same size as the Utah hair poof.
Wyoming wind has a constant direction and intensity. Utah wind can't pick a direction or a speed, therefore constantly spewing your
perfect hair in every which way...therefore ruining your poof.
Things grow and multiply in Utah extremely well. That includes babies and shubberies.
The housing market: Prices are jacked the crap up in Lyman because a. materials cost the same BUT b. no one
knows it exists thinks to move there. You can buy triple the house in Salt Lake that what you can in the Bridger Valley (Surprisingly)
Utah: your dog gets out; it gets hit by a car. Wyoming: your dog gets out and it gets shot. It's a loose, loose.
People from out of state are more willing to come visit you in Utah, for the fear they might blow away in Wyoming.
Wyoming: You don't really have neighbors. Sucks when you need a cup of sugar, but great for...everything else ;)
The mountains are prettier and you can ski on them in Utah.
The news actually pertains to you in Utah.
I love my Utah and my Wyoming. Right now my loyalty is staggering.