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For those that have been along on this journey, you'all (that's for Jerry and Laura Brooks) know we have had sunshine almost our entire trip. So last night I told you how great a job I did on cleaning the coach and car, well, what can I say. We didn't get even out of Craig and it started to rain. Not heavy but rain none the less. Well when we stopped, I couldn't believe the mess our coach and car look ...
... with salespeople trying to get you to pay $99 (a "discount" from the "normal" price of $149) for a wireless speaker for your cell phone that is not worth $10. So Mark bought three of them. Knives, kitchen ware, rugs, blankets, flag poles, irons, hot tubs, leather belts, boots, hats, jewelry, artwork, candles and more. In full disclosure I did buy a flag pole and flag at the Wisconsin State Fair last summer. It is American made and has been a great addition to our front ...
... either threw nuggets into their mouths, or for 'Gene Simmons' (names after Gene Simmons from Kiss apparently) put the nugget on his tongue. Everyone was successful with this, and the little bisons were also very cute.
While the others were finishing lunch, Astrid and I headed out on a walking horse-ride in the gently rolling Wyoming hills. Her horse was hungry so kept stopping to eat long grass and bushes and then trotting to catch up and as I ...
... Rockies and runs up the western part of the state. It is a beautiful drive from SW of Lander up through Dubois to Grand Teton National Park. It is the home of Bob Lee Swagger for those who follow "The Shooter".
Moving east is the area through which the Oregon, Bridger and Mormon trails run and, near the eastern end is a series of N-S forts from the 1860's-70’s: Forts Reno, McKinney, Phil Kearney, Fetterman and Caspar. At the south end is the most ...
... and you end up getting buried in the dust - especially with the top down. While I'm probably a risk-taker, I like to believe that I'm also a calculated risk-taker, so I decided to call it quits and returned to Douglas. Miss GPS was probably laughing all the way.
Before I left Douglas, I had visited a charming museum, Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum, worth every minue of your time. This is where the tipi from 'Dancing with ...