Bit-O-Wyo Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... to retain its member of staff safe and sound. The sad thing is, unhealthy items can take place while at work. Nevertheless, if they will do, the business will not try to be the main responsible. Who is at fault if an employee suffers an injury if he was not wearing the right protecting clothing? You bet, the company is going to be. This is because it could have been your job to review niche guidelines and assure that most of ...
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Well, this morning we had to say goodbye and head on our way. Although we have no timetable to live by, we do have the weather to consider and if we don't head on we will not make it to the Canadian Maritime provinces before it gets too cold and everything closes. We thanked our wonderful hosts after ...
... us he was about to buy his 23rd gun. He hadn't been to Norway because he doesn't 'go anywhere where he can't take his gun'. We pointed out that most of Europe was quite safe because we don't generally carry guns but he said he was worried about those who didn't have guns because they could attack him with something else and he wouldn't have a gun to protect himself. Life is quite different here!
... all looked and agreed that we were watching a tornado descending from the clouds. About then all our cell phones went off announcing a Tornado Warning. The driver took us to the Cowboy Museum parking lot so she could call the her boss for instructions. It was almost like the museum staff was waiting for us. They told us to stop and come inside to their tornado shelter. We did not need to be told twice. (see picture) After the All Clear ...
... resort region (sorry, Diane, we never made it there). Further on I drove by the Philmont National Boy Scout Ranch (that Diane had recommended). Beautiful country, now covered in snow. I decided to stop in Raton on I-25 just south of the Colorado stateline. Avoiding driving on the interstate highways for longer stretches the next day, Thursday, at Trinidad, CO, I got on H-wy 350 and headed northeast (and drove through 'towns' like ...
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