Welcome to DharmaWheel. Wyoming is a big, beautiful place, but you're right, there's not so much Dharma. Depending on where you are more specifically, then maybe we can steer you toward some resources that can help you bridge the gap.
Example: when I lived in rural Idaho, I occasionally commuted into town (Spokane, WA) for teachings, and then I'd practice as best I could at home, sometimes checking in with my teacher by phone or email. If you're in Cheyenne, you could probably pull off an arrangement like that with one of the centers in the northern part of Colorado, even as far as Boulder or Denver, depending on what you're up for and how eager you are to learn.
Some teachings are available online and that's helpful but there's no substitute for a teacher you can see and who can see you in real time, in real space.
I wish you all the best in your practice.
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