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... Wyoming. It's a small place and not really what I expected: a rinky-dink pool and a rinky-dink mini golf but this is just a pitstop for us to sleep tonight and head off to the badlands tomorrow. I think some Bruce will be in order tomorrow. Looking forward to the trip really getting started tomorrow. But I'm really happy with how well everyone reacted to what we have to do today. Makes me more excited about how this is going to go. Tommy is journaling beside me. Badlands ...
... br> antelope everywhere, western grebe, swainson hawks, western sandpiper, foresters
tern, red-naped sapsucker, macgilvrays warbler, bohemian waxwing, mt bluebirds
and many others. Lots of ducks of many species (redheads, cinnamon teal,
shovelers added to those seen this trip.)
With regrets leaving this incredible place. we departed the
Refuge at about 11 am heading south into
Idaho along the remaining 33 miles of red ...
... worship of God looks like in Heaven.
You know you are in the west when the majority of Men in the Church are wearing Cowboy Boots and western style belts. (Some of the ladies also had their boots on...)
We spent the afternoon playing cards and relaxing with the family.
Tomorrow morning we will head south down into Colorado.
... the railroad reached the region. The depot itself, a stately building in Romanesque architecture, built in 1887, was redesigned in 1929 in Art Deco style. Completely restored in 2004, the depot is now a National Historic Landmark. The depot is no longer used as a train station; it's a museum with an upstairs model railroad run entirely by volunteers' efforts. After the visit to the museum Gina and I strolled around in the old city, and when ...
... trouble hunting around Iraq for weapons. Even the hand driers in the toilets were camouflaged. The Stage from Sydney arrived in Cheyenne mid afternoon. Western towns are very, very quiet on a Sunday afternoon, I can tell you. I managed to pick the wrong museum, and ended up spending $5 on a Railway museum which cost $1 a minute to view. So I embarked on 'A Self Guided Walking Tour of Downtown Cheyenne'. As I sauntered along Central Avenue camera in hand a ...
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