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... it was just 70 miles to the best photo op in that park.
Grand Teton National Park is all about mountains. If you know a little French, you understand that the name of the park, translated into English, is Big Booby. (That is my word. You can use any word you like…tit, boob, breast, etc.) And when you see the photos, you will understand how the name was inspired, because one of the mountains, named Grand Teton, looks just like a woman’s boob, ...
... series, or the area in general. The day before Judy had sold me a copy of Spirit of Steamboat, a short novel and adventurous Christmas Story which I had read in one sitting the previous evening. “Steamboat” is the famous bucking horse appearing on Wyoming license plates since 1936, but the book is about a much different ride… and it’s a great read.
Beyond the café is the “Occidental Hotel” restored to its original glory ...
... 8220;John… the boys are here!” My mother came around the corner, arms outstretched and embraced first me and then Cody. Dad was close behind and he did the same. “Welcome home! Cody, we are so glad you are here. Come in, come in. Let me take your coats.” Cody was still in a sort of daze as he handed his coat to Mom. “Are you hungry? Let me get you something. Supper won’t be for another two hours.” I allowed as how ...
... need a way to get into town to get food. The solution is that the airport or pilots' association gets (or quite often is given) a car that has far outlived its usefulness. The pilots then use the vehicle on the honor system, putting some gas in it. The drawback is that no one ever worries about maintenance, so heaters, air conditioners, windows, etc. rarely work.
Today's car was no exception. After going a mile down the road to get lunch at Burger King, when ...
... set out in a cloverleaf pattern. The rider comes out of the gate at full speed, crosses the starting line and may choose to go either right or left to the first barrel. She then runs a cloverleaf pattern and races for the finish line. Times are recorded to the nearest 1/100 of a second, and the penalty for knocking over a barrel is five seconds.
Bull Riding… the last and most dangerous event. The rider holds ...