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... were on their way to duty at various frontier forts.
It is an impressive historical treasure for the state of Wyoming and I recommend it for anyone reading this blog to visit if you are anywhere near here. The only drawback, are others who have visited this site and scratched their names and dates much later into the sandstone cliffs, obviously in some cases over the top of earlier Indian and pioneer carvings. A sign said that there was a ...
The people steadily flowed in to the renovated meeting room in downtown Mitchell. Our supporters Jeff and Somer Pieper, and Jeff's mother, Joan Pieper, put together a lunchtime campaign event for us that was very well attended and much appreciated.
Hats off to Matt Larsen, who has spearheaded a lot of the renovation and entrepreneurial additions to Mitchell. We believe we were the first, or at least one of the first, events to ...
... talk to Tim about how to suck coffee through a TimTam. Thought it was cute that her gun handle and handcuffs were bright pink! Found a great western bar and had a great night with Liz behind the barand fellow patrons Timmy ( local girl), Mick and Barry ( Aussies from Perth heading to Sturgis). Dinner was brought from the grill next door and served to us at the bar. Great ...
... guy to chat with, his philosophy was simple, he was spiritual but as he said, he was no monk. Walter and Sim got a couple of Tatoos and then joined us for a few hours of people watching. They are off home tomorrow to repack and fly out with the clan for a cruise. We will miss their company and their knowledge of what to see and do. Thanks Walter and Sim for the experience, next time we should pre book a room at the full throttle or where the concerts were, Buffalo ...
... of the other places we visited on this short trip Fort Laramie,
now restored to the era of the 1860s, gives a real feel for what like must have
been like then and there.
From Fort Laramie we were homeward bound via Cheyenne and
Greeley. Zion and Prince were excited to see their little brother when we
picked Jaz up, but Jaz apparently had such a fun time on the farm chasing sheep
and playing with other border collies he seemed not to care very much.