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... were spooked by the loud noise and the next few minutes saw horses in all directions. After a while the ground was littered with cowboy hats and horses that had escaped their cowboys. About 5 horses eventually had saddles on them and 3 cowboys managed to get around the track still on a horse, although one horse turned back just before the line and started going the other way. Hilarious!
The rodeos were great ...
... after one of the original traders, and they enlisted the help of an army corps to level enough of the trail so that the wagon train could get through Mitchell Pass. Interestingly, there were so many wagons on the trail that, being a single width pass, there was a bottleneck of people passing through, much like a modern day single lane roadworks.
It was at Scottsbluff overlooking Mitchell Pass that we had lunch. They've forged a road through several tunnels up to the top of the ...
- Started on the road around ten and made into Wyoming for a quick stop.
- I purchased a bag of ice, five gronola bars, five sandwhiches and a bag of chips. A gronola bar and sandwhich will be my breakfast until i get to Salt ...
... back over on the other side. I have attached a video so watch it and you will see that the cars coming toward us are on the wrong side. We finally made it to the campground and it was nothing spectacular but there aren't many choices. We hooked up and jumped in the car to go see the car show downtown (that is the reason we came). It was really a car show included in the Summerfest carnival and I think the whole town was there. The park was huge and ...
My route homeward runs south out of Cody, down through Meeteetse and Thermopolis, through the Wind River Canyon, on and off the Wind River Reservation (Shoshone) to the town of Shoshoni, turns East and across the plains to Casper where we spent last night camped on the bank of the North Platte River, then south again to Cheyenne where we are tonight… northwest to southeast, and taking in a lot of historical territory. The Wind River Range of mountains is part ...
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