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We got up at 5 a.m. this morning and went out looking at wildlife (again). We were not disappointed. We heard several elk bugling and saw several herds of them again. We got to see another moose (and I got a better pictures this time). We even got to see a black bear (see if you can ...
... cowboy country. Saw a lot of cattle and antelopes along the way, but not much else. Even a few miles away from Laramie there was nothing. Christina was concerned that Laramie would consist of our hotel and a gas station. Surprise. It's a city. Lots of stuff here. After checking in, we had our picnic that was planned for the day in the room. Tom, Matthew and Stacey spent some time at the indoor pool. ...
... about some of the Refuge issues.
During the early afternoon, we drove to the lower lake
campground on the Refuge. This was
incredible! In the middle of the valley,
adjacent to the lake and surrounded by vast white capped peaks! Swans, ibises, and all sorts of waterfowl
. The sounds and sites were
amazing. And the weather was wonderful,
in the 70s, sunny, breezes and 30s at night.
Love the camper heater! We ...
El dissabte al vespre vÓrem parar a dormir a Green River – Wyoming, esquivant la tempesta de neu. VÓrem arribar just quan comenšava a nevar fort. Quin descans! Al matÝ, va sortir el sol per˛ feia un vent terrible i era difÝcil controlar la caravana per aquesta autopista on nomÚs hi passen camions ultra llargs que quan t'adelanten et fan tremolar.
Per˛ a mesura que avanša el dia, tot va millorant: ...
... up to receive napkins, a plate, a fork, three pancakes, butter, maple syrup, a slice of ham, coffee, and water, as we moved forward in the line. 8,000 people attended and 25,000 pancakes were served. I sat down and started eating my breakfast and was fortunate to sit next to and talk to Al Schmidt (yes, European spelling) and meet his family. They had previously lived in Cheyenne but had all come ...