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... of there. I thought there was going to be a tornado, it was really windy and pouring down rain with some hail. I think it headed north, we didn't hear any rain that night at the hotel.
This was a great trip, I can't believe all the cool things we got to see. I took a bunch of books with me along with my writing and running stuff, but didn't get to them at all. My original plan was to write ...
... in Nebraska, and so is the cattle industry. And with the ranches come hay fields, some with full growth, some being cut and baled, and some harvested and waiting for another full growth to complete another cycle. Many fields contained large round bales drying in the sun and a few even had the rectangular bales, more easily maneuvered by hand.
Then we saw something we had not yet seen on this trip, something I was not expecting. We ...
... 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 ...
At about 7:20 a red expedition pulled up filled to the brim with people, food, drink and clothes. There was definitely no leg room for them from Denver to Cheyenne. We packed the RV and we were on our way. Gas in XXX and Cody. We made it to Yellowstone around 5 or so..... Checked into our campsite and went to see some of sites of Yellowstone. After seeing a few buffalo we found a crowd of people looking into ...
... Alex to my rendition of the 15 minute long version of bye bye miss American pie, we watched two movies (uh I didn't watch, again, that would be dangerous) and Alex morphed into some horrific part human part Tyrannosaur Rex with stubby arms, drooling and making terrifying guttural roaring noises, then passing out on the dash. Sound strange, you should have seen it in person. We ended up at a camp area in Cheyenne, Wy. Naturally, ...
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