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... given a grant of some $200,000 to hire extra police and emergency crews "just in case". Apparently the last time the Hells Angels visited (around 2006) there was some kind of a brawl that began at a street dance. But no major problems this year and few minor ones. I saw a motorcycle pulled over with Cody, State Police, and Sheriff's Department cars with lights flashing behind him. Don’t know the infraction. Rumor has it that the ...
... several of the businesses are referred to in the books such as the Busy Bee Café and the Occidental Hotel. I took some time to walk the main street and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The main street runs downhill to Clear Creek and then uphill on the other side. The sidewalk is shaded by trees on the street side and awnings stretching out from a series of historic buildings on the other. Around here where the humidity is quite low, once you step out of the sun into the ...
... had said good night and gone to bed and I went out to the kitchen to fix a snack for Cody and me. As I returned I saw Cody sitting on the floor in front of the fireplace with Bear lying against him. I stopped. Cody was staring into the fire.
“You know, Bear,” he said thoughtfully. “We have a lot in common, you and me. Two strays picked up by God and placed in a family.” Bear gave a soft whimper and nuzzled his hand. ...
Although we made it through the day OK, but today was, well, rough.
I woke up at 3:30, my mind racing over all the different details of the trip, not to mention worrying about the other things I can't change.
The family got up and around for a family breakfast, with Alex and I finally leaving the house around 9, about an hour later than I had originally planned.
After an uneventful trip to the airport, I realized that I had outsmarted myself. ...
... he got his name- Steamboat.
Steamboat enjoyed parades and, it is said, would even keep time with the music. While he enjoyed being handled, he couldn’t stand anyone on his back and he was never ridden to a standstill. He was much in demand on the rodeo circuit and performed in all the major rodeos in the country for years.
Steamboat’s story does not have a happy ending, however. During a lightning storm in Salt Lake City he ...