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... Mr. Werner decided to donate his lifetime of stuffed trophies from around the world to the community. He would donate his collection and pay for the erection of the museum if the town would provide the land. The curator, who was a lively mature woman, said she thought the real story went like this: One day Mr. Werner brought home one too many trophies and Mrs. Werner said, "That’s it, I told you no more, now find someplace ...
... they rarely rode, saving their team to haul their goods) all the way form the Missouri River. They would make 8 miles on a good day and if it rained and the mud came they would fight the mire to make a ½ mile. A whole new prospective on where we were.
The only critters for the day were lots of prong horn antelope and one jack rabbit.
Back in Casper we stopped and picked up some fresh veggies and some of their take home ...
We got a late start this morning after spending time outside the Evanston Library where we accessed the wifi and posted our blogs for the past few days, having had no cell service in the Ruby Mountains. Today we drove a little over 300 miles to Casper, Wyoming, a pretty town. For the last 100 miles, we skirted a menacing-looking storm and ...
Not too much to report today. We made the 2 hour drive to Casper with the hope that we would find someone to fix our black tank issues. All of the KOA's have been really nice but you really can't underestimate the convenience of having your own working bathroom. We put a call in to Bob the mobile repair guy... Left a message... And promptly lost cell phone ...
... has had a blast chasing his ball on the AstroTurf by the playground.
An easy five minute walk down a path at the edge of the park takes you to the North Platte River where you can fish your heart's content.
We have one more day here, then off to Cody, out gateway to Yellowstone!
Bye for now. Stay well.