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... my camera.
When we got back a truck pulling a large trailer had moved into the site next to us and a family of four were setting it up. Cody and I introduced ourselves to the parents, John and Edna Williams from Chicago, and their two sons, Toby and Tyler, aged 12 and 10. We helped them level the trailer and they offered us a couple of Cokes. It turned out they were also going on the rafting trip in the morning. None of us had done it before and we ...
... wheeled me to a private room and we all talked for a while, but it was all I could do to stay awake. Around midnight, my parents said that they were going to get a motel room. They told Cody they’d get him one, too, but he said he wanted to stay with me. He was adamant and the nurse said she could fix up a cot. My parents gave us both hugs and then they left, “Goodnight, boys… we love you. See you in the morning.” The door closed behind them. ...
... onlookers with dramatic views and vistas. We arrived in Cody around 3. And guess what: also here a little rainshower waited for us! So we walked through historic downtwon. But besides lots of souvenir shops there was not too much exciting things around so we made ourselves ready for the dinner/music show and the Cody Night Rodeo... Both, the music and the rodeo are quite an institution. And with all the flags, anthyms, prayers, etc. it is also ...
... a stray cow. They didn’t kill their own animals on the drive, they were too valuable. Fresh meat would keep for about a week if kept wrapped tightly in its own skin.
The cook’s day began at 3:00 AM getting breakfast, then fold up and move on, possibly setting up for lunch and then again moving and setting up for supper. The herd moved an average of 12-15 miles a day. The cook was the boss in his own domain… a 60’ ...
... 8217;d want him to be you.”
“Ditto,” I said. I assured him we would go riding and then we spent some time in small talk as we watched another spectacular sunset. Finally we both yawned, stood up, went in and got ready for bed.
“This was the best day of my life,” Cody said as he got in his bed. “Thanks again for everything, Justin.”
“I’m glad you had such a good time,” ...
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