Spear-O celebrates year two since purchase, expands offerings
SHERIDAN — While COVID-19 stopped Spear-O Wigwam owners from having a ribbon cutting and the pomp and circumstance they anticipated during reopening in 2020, summer two following the purchase of the facility by the Sessions and Symons families from Northern Wyoming Community College District will look more like owners anticipated.
Several partners and new staff make the second summer of Spear-O opening to the public what it is, including horseback riding, fly-fishing lessons, ways to ride the water and — most excitingly for the owners — a chef with breakfast, lunch and dinner options seven days per week.
Some of the food offerings provided by Terrence Taylor were on display Monday, as was the upbeat nature of the former Penn State wrestler, former Marine and current high school U.S. history teacher with Denver Schools. In his first summer on the job, Taylor already appreciates the open space, different landscape from that of Colorado’s busy state capitol and the time and space to simply think.
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