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... was surrounded by other homes. Back to the MOTORHOME so Terry could grill his own birthday dinner. MONDAY 6/30-still debating about going east because of all the storms in Iowa. We went to the WY State Museum which was free and very informative. We found out that WY was the first state in the late 1800's to give women the right to vote before it was a Federal law. A few things I learned about Wyoming: Baking soda is produced from Trona Ore ...
... to come in and take care of her mother, so she and I could go to Denver, 1 1/2 hours drive south of Cheyenne. (My Dad as a young man worked in a New York bank during 1929-33 and was very proud that he made it as far west as Denver back then, maybe on a Greyhound bus.) In Denver, Gina and I first went to see the Molly Brown House Museum. Molly Brown (née 1867) was an intrepid woman, knew 5 languages, and travelled the world. She ...
... are now closed to the public. Old town hardly has any people at this time. While downtown we see a man painting a sign to one of the establishments. Manuel stops to talk to him mainly to ask him where would be a good place to find a good steak. The man is very funny and gives us directions to a good steakhouse. He also gives us tips of where we might want to stop when heading out of ...
... going on here.) This turned out to be a fine idea, with excellent food and a chance for everyone to find their happy side again. Then we were on the road, heading east. We got to reprise the Badlands a little just east of Dubois when the road cuts down through spectacular red rock cliffs, followed by formations that looked very much like the colored rocks we climbed in the Badlands.
The rest of the drive was punctuated by emergency ...
... car park had been empty not 45 minutes prior, and people were still coming after 10pm hit and right through the early morning. I'm sure it wouldn't look quite so busy if a family of five people didn't all show up in separate cars.
I'd say two thirds of people came back to their cars an hour or so later with absolutely nothing. No bags, not so much as a Lunchables to show for their rampant deal lust.
Fools. It's not even Black Friday yet.
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