Margo's Mountain Suite
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Today was our first non-traveling day going west, as we're staying in Cody for a second night. After breakfast, we pretty much immediately went to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, which is five museums in one--all pretty darn good.
The first one we visited was the Draper Natural History Museum, which ...
... Watching the scalding hot water overflow from the geysers’ rims and trickle over now colorful rocks and then stream into Yellowstone Lake was amazing to watch. And to thin that this has ben happening nonstop for thousands/millions of years!! We continued on to Old Faithful, because…obviously! That was incredible too, and right on time! What I hadn’t realized is that Old Faithful is just one of many, many, many unique and ...
... of horizontal grooves, whose edges have been softened by the years, and are now adorned by yellow and white daisies growing all along the roadside. So beautiful. And as we drove on, the hills became mountains, as we rose in elevation to 7,500 ft. and the crevasses on the mountain tops displayed patches of snow, still not melted, in different shapes and sizes.
After 50 miles of driving through this incredible landscape, ...
... this evening (4:30-6:30 on Thursdays) and got some local produce and baked goods. Everyone was extolling the virtues of “5-Seed Prairie Bread”- round and made with rolled oats, sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and flax seeds. It sounded good so I got a loaf and will have some with soup for supper. A lady at the next booth said that I should try it with some of her “Tipsy Peach” jam… so I’ll do that, too, for breakfast, I ...
“That was from Mom and Dad, this is from me. I had to put it together in a real hurry, but we’ll work on it. Come on… open it up.”
He tore into it, ripping off the paper and pulling open the box. It was full of bubble wrap and lots of things wrapped in brown paper. He pulled out the first and opened it- a large framed picture of him and Brandy. “It’s a picture of me and Brandy… ...