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... it was too late. The next set chased the calf but as they lasso'd it, the rope would break free and not yank at their neck, so that wasn't too bad. All in all it wasn't great, and both me, Laura and others were fairly angry at the guide for not properly informing us of what would happen there, she made it out to be all good fun. American ignorance. Back to camp and in for another night in the sleeping bag!! ...
... my path nearly sending me tumbling to my death. When we got to the overlook, we realized we could have driven down. Seriously. I lost a year of my life and added some gray hair on that little excursion. It was worth the story anyway. Paul walked the road back to the car and drove down to get us. It was taking a while so we started walking up the road to find a giant bull elk sitting in the woods in all his glory. Later Paul asked ...
... not pretty. The bear telegraphed his intent as he charged directly at me and Lacey got the message. I raised my arm to fire a warning shot, and noticed Lacey spring at him. I jerked my arm up as I pulled the trigger, causing the shot to go wild, at the same time Lacey hit him hard and with enough force to push him off course… 35 pounds vs. 1,800 pounds, but she’s wiry. A .44 magnum sounds like a cannon and its roar either caused the ...
... town that has a history of being an oil town. They still have an oil refinery and a few oil wells in the prairie, but they now mine coal and uranium. With a population of 57,000, it was the biggest town that we saw all day.
Soon the topography began to change and started looking more like the dessert, with white sand, peppered with silver green sage and in some places, evergreen bushes. Then suddenly we were looking at walls of jagged ...
... my Savior.” Then he added, “Thank you for the prayer- this is my Dad and Mom and my brother, Justin.”
“This has to be a special Christmas for you all,” Fr. Dunn said, “And it’s made it a special one for me too. Welcome, Cody.” We all had tears in our eyes… again!
We saw lots of friends and introduced Cody to them. They had heard the story about Cody saving my life and were ...