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... waits for them to come home lying in the hole. I tried it a few times and helped him dig it a little deeper and we traded places back and forth.
This sure is beautiful country out here. Guido and I love the mountains and the beauty of the high plains. We are going to be starting home this weekend, though it will still take us a couple of weeks… it’s been a great trip and I love the life on the road. ...
... that the bison looked similar to water buffalo and the name stuck). Matt went to Cody's museums with a few of the group but Amanda and Munkus went straight to camp to set up tents and start the tea with Susan. This evening we were treated to a rodeo, an event that celebrates all things cowboy (and girl). We're learning a lot of things about horses and the west in ...
... where we will be staying two nights before going to Yellow Stone Park. Cody is named after William Frederick Cody, who is better known as Buffalo Bill.
While the drive from Custer to Cody was long, ...
... her arms around Cody. “I love you, Cody Peterson. Thank you for this beautiful work of art.”
Cody looked over at me- his face was radiant. I winked at him and echoed our mother’s sentiment, “Perfect!”
“Cody,” I said, “Now that you are my brother and have your own room it needs some decoration.” I slid a large box over to him.
“But Justin… I already got ...
... could tell that whatever it was, she was busting at the seams, but gave in, with a warm smile for Cody. We sat around over coffee while mother cleaned up. Cody offered to do it, but she declined.
“I didn’t think rich people washed dishes,” he whispered to me while Mom cleared the table. “What does she want your dad to tell me?” I shrugged my shoulders.
“I don’t know,” I said. “Guess ...