This massive Western state has fewer citizens than anyone, including Alaska. Mountain ranges and prairie dominate most of the landscape. Cheyenne is one of the few cities, the largest, and the state capital. At just under a hundred thousand residents, it sits on the Colorado border. Primary industries in this state revolve around natural resources ranging from crude oil, natural gas, and coal, to diamonds and uranium. There have been mines for both gold and silver in the state's past, but they haven't been at a significant volume.