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... We ate lunch in Pamplona, Spain at a place he frequented, toured his house in Key West (and went to multiple bars he is reported to have drank in), and in September we're staying in a hotel in Kobarid, Slovenia that was a hospital during WWI and where, it is said, Ernest Hemingway recuperated from injuries he suffered during the war. That part may be true, but I KNOW he did not write "A Farewell To Arms" while he was there even though the hotel website says ...
... none the less. How can you not feel one with the land as you travel this path.
My favorite moment was sitting on the side of the mountain looking over a field of wild flowers upon the mountains and hills of ...
... Bill Cody, firearms, and western art sections. We made it through the first three during a whole day of viewing. That shows how large each of the sections was. Overall a great experience though at times it was hard to hear a couple of the audio presentations. The Natural history section of course focused on the local flora and fauna as well as the geology of the area. They seemed to present more of an overview perspective without as much detail as some ...
... and sing their hearts out.
Then after a massive round of applause the show was under way!
And what a start! These bucking broncos and the cowboys on top of them were of a different calibre to what we had previously seen. The bronco's were bigger, stronger, faster and bucked harder and higher, whilst the cowboys had a sort of 'rag doll' technique in which to stay on longer!
... Jackson Lake.
We knew we had a lot packed into today as we wrapped up in Grand Teton National Park about 3:00. We were now headed into Yellowstone National Park at the South Entrance. The plan was to enter at the South Entrance and just follow Grand Loop Road from the South Entrance to the East Entrance where we would exit the park and head over to our hotel in Cody, Wyoming for the next four nights. We started by checking out some of ...