The great state of Wyoming lost a few legends this year. In July, Meteetsee's Grace Carlson passed away at the age of 109. A couple months earlier, 107-year-old Leonard Ross died at his cabin in Jackson. And in Douglas, friends and family said farewell to Betty Schellenger, who lived to be 105.

Meanwhile, in the town of Etna, 106-year-old Lloyd Baker is finally settling into retirement. Amazingly, Lloyd continued to work full-time, running a surveying company, up until last year.

Baker recently credited his longevity to an active lifestyle and his diet of sweet, salty snacks, which includes a bag of peanut M+M's every day.