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... Mary's Version: Well, Val, our guide on the trolley tour, was very accomplished and professional. When we all realized that we had to get off the trolley, she calmly drove us to the museum and found us shelter. After the all clear, upon driving us back to our original trolley stop, she calmly informed us that in all of the 20 or so years that she had been driving a tourist trolley, not once had she ever had to evacuate a trolley! Lucky us! ...
... peaks 11-12k ft high, we
came upon the Refuge and upper lake campground where we chose a site for the
night. The campsites were on the shore
of the lake which is now a vast shallow wetland There were a few other campers in this
ground, most of which were avid birders so we learned from them and talked
sitings and with one fellow, a teacher from Idaho falls, Stewart talked about
common friends in Alaska as both had worked for ...
... resources for energy, never having enough. Mining oil and gas non-stop. Argueing about nuclear vs. Coal or wind, instead of seriously trying to reduce usage. And urban sprawl as well as giant farms are constantly destroying the diversity of the nature all around. Is this fight as much of a losing battle as killing these plants seems to be? I started thinking about the plants again. Even after we kill them they keep coming back. We can go through and spray all of them ...
... a wedding, he said. No wonder, they can easily accommodate hundreds of people. The ranch was located at the end of 211, and that's where the road ended. We therefore drove back leisurely the same way we came in, top down as before, 40-50 mph, and soaked in the great nature surrounding us. How many cars did we see on our 50 mile long tour? 10, 15 maybe.
Back in Cheyenne it was dinnertime. Gina took us to a Mexican ...
... Walker. On the way I stopped off at Sydney to visit a Cabelas branch. Perhaps the best known name in Outdoor pursuits in The States, it's a wonder there is any game left to hunt judging by the amount of weaponry, odour suppressed stealth clothing and various other weapons of mass destruction on display at Cabelas. Bush and Blair were looking in the wrong place, all they had to do was to get along to their local branch of Cabelas and they would have saved ...
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