I came across an article listing 45 small towns in Wyoming that tourists could consider visiting for selfie and other purposes. I'm not sure what "selfie and other purposes" might be, but then I am way behind most folks when it concerns phones, apps, various social media, and even certain undelightful vegetables such as kale and rutabaga. At any rate, doubtless the Compleat Rocky Mountain O' Fester will want to devise an itinerary that takes in all 45 towns, and even Laramie.
However, recognizing that not everyone will have that much time to visit all 45--Wyoming is a pretty big place, stretching from one horizon to the other, after all--I have culled the list for a more select, manageable group of "must see" small Wyoming towns within striking distance of Laramie.
The list: Buford (official population of 1), Tie Siding (good for buying firecrackers and mailing letters), Centennial (regularly cited as having one of the finest, most effective, and most modernized police force in the nation, plus it's fun to go there and remind the folks who live there that Centennial rhymes with millennial), Hanna (very popular with Chinese visitors who like the very low coal prices there and the limitless real estate investment opportunities), Medicine Bow (can you say "The Virgininian"? and don't forget about the log cabin nearby where the logs are all dinosaur bones), and, finally, Bosler. Bosler sunsetted a long time ago and has never looked back. There is no adjective or set of adjectives adequate to describe Bosler, but until you've been there, you've never been there.
So there you have it--all you need to know for how to kill some time after your runs at the Rocky Mountain O' Festival, 2018 style.