Bit-O-Wyo Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... west of here due to bad conditions. (Also see photo of overturned trailer). We altered our plan to leave only a three hour drive through the mountains tomorrow to Steamboat which is a good thing, since we may have to either wait out the storm, or change our route there. This is all good - since we are here to ski! Tomorrow: Steamboat Springs or bust! P.S. Had dinner at Wyoming's Rib and Chop Shop. While in beef ...
... had clearly died. Farms with irrigation systems were actively watering their fields with portable sprinklers that are as long as the fields are wide, some rusty with age and others shiny and new. The water created rainbows when penetrated by the rays of the sun. And their plants were tall and a healthy green.
We saw fields where wheat had grown but had been harvested and all that remained were the short stubs of plants that used to be. ...
... 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!
So after completing five consecutive centuries we all thought that the hard work was over but we were surprised with a 75 mile day where we gained a net 3000 feet. The climb was gradual and not noticeable at times but we were combatting a 5-10 mph wind which set our speed to a crawl. We rode every mile though and I got to see my buddy TJ fight through some serious knee pain to ...
... farthest to come to Estes Park. I immediately yelled: 'Denmark', which seemed to amuse the audience, because that answer basically decided the contest. A lady said: 'UK', but Brad knew enough geography to rule her out. I went up and received my prize (and, incidentally, also a consolation prize to the UK lady). In another contest Brad wanted to know who had the most grandchildren. The winner, a Texas man, had 17! ...
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