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... visiting, drinks and another great dinner together. Because Pam still works (ugh!) she drove up in time for dinner and birthday cake!
Unbelievable view from the RV bedroom window of the trees and the fast rushing stream. We had fallen asleep the night before listening to its gurgling. What a peaceful sight! Jim and Annie picked us up to be our personal tour guides for Yellowstone and the first stop for pictures was Sylvan Lake, then on to ...
... should call back to verify an emergency, I recalled. They did and told me a Ranger was on his way up and should be there in a few minutes… and he was.
I quickly told him what had happened, assuring him I had not shot the bear and that he might awake at any time. The Ranger, Lacey and I climbed into the Ranger’s vehicle and waited. In a few minutes the bear began to stir and then tried to get up. It seemed he was caught in ...
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There are a number of deer roaming free in the town of Cody- and by law they have the right-of-way everywhere. They seem to have adapted fairly well. I saw a doe the other day stepping into the street and checking out traffic. She stopped in the middle of the street and looked back over her shoulder. On the curb there stood two fawns still quite young waiting for mother's OK to cross the street. Traffic stopped and ...
... my Savior.” Then he added, “Thank you for the prayer- this is my Dad and Mom and my brother, Justin.”
“This has to be a special Christmas for you all,” Fr. Dunn said, “And it’s made it a special one for me too. Welcome, Cody.” We all had tears in our eyes… again!
We saw lots of friends and introduced Cody to them. They had heard the story about Cody saving my life and were ...
... handle a snack and she moved off towards the kitchen.
I led Cody into the living room, where there was a fire crackling in the large stone fireplace. It was beautifully decorated for Christmas with a huge balsam fir at the far end. “Wow!” Cody said, moving closer to me. I sat down on a couch and he sat next to me, not daring to lean back for fear of dirtying something.
“You boys have had quite a trip,” my dad ...