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Today was a very long day. We spent most of 10 hours in the car. We left our hotel at 7:45 and 62 degrees and headed back into Yellowstone National Park. There was no specific plan for the day except to see Old Faithful blow her top, so that is where we headed first. We arrived at the site around 10:15 AM (this park is huge). When we drove into the parking lot, there were no available spaces anywhere near the geyser, so Steve dropped me off by the lodge and went to park ...
... brews, interesting names and an eclectic crowd, mostly here for the Longmire weekend. The crowd will grow tonight for the street dance out front. Specially marked open containers will be allowed on the street… some with local brews, some with “Rainier”, Walt’s favorite, from a special tent set up across the street.
Speaking of eclectic- “Thrifty Treasures Antiques” also houses “Buffalo Food Depot- Holistic Health ...
[NOTE: This is a continuation of Justin and Cody's travels, published here last summer. You may need to go back and re-read some of the earlier entries since the boys' earlier adventures are referenced here.]
"Here we are," I said, as I turned the camper into the long driveway, between the stone pillars and white board fences. Cody's eyes were glued to the window as we drove in and pulled up in front of the house.
... close enough to see it,the air got warm and choopy, and that is where I made my big mistake.You see, Alex is pretty fearless, but he is very susceptible to motion sickness.
I spotted the beacon on top of a mountain and then made one turn to line up for a photograph. As I came by, Alex suddenly told me he was hot and not feeling good,so I leveled the wings and started a climb. Unfortunately, in the afternoon heat, the climb from about 5,000' to smooth, cool ...
... 8230; also a rider is disqualified if his free hand touches the horse or any equipment, or if he loses a stirrup. A horse is judged by how hard he bucks a cowboy by how much he spurs and his control of the horse. The biggest danger is a cowboy’s foot being caught in a stirrup as he is thrown. Eight seconds for a qualifying ride.
Tie-down roping is directly tied (no pun intended) to a cowboy’s ...
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