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... baby animals including a 30 minute old piglet.
After we had our fill and felt fully immersed in the county fair culture we left to have dinner downtown. We went to the Naked Noodle, a popular place with college student and also a great place for salads and custom made pasta plates. Super good, especially after the rather limited cuisine offered to us in Yellowstone. After dinner we retired to ...
... We disembarked at the 33rd St station, and soon found a great little Irish Pub for lunch near the lower end of Broadway. We then walked up to the Palace Theatre right on Times Square, where we were to see “An American in Paris”. As we arrived, we were surprised to see no big crowd outside as there had been the day before when we stopped to pick up our “will-call” tickets. So, I pulled out our tickets. They were dated for Wednesday May 13, ...
... hard work of these kids in the form of livestock, furniture, photography and art (a handmade holster, a stretched beaver skin, a quilt, etc). It was an awesome display of the local community and I feel fortunate to have witnessed a little bit of it."
So what started as a long-weekend stop to visit our friends in Bozeman, ended up pushing close to a 3 week stay! With all there was to do and how much we were enjoying our friends’ company, ...
You've all done it. Packed up your things during some kind of transition. While Leah and I feel fortunate to have found renters who were amenable to us leaving a bunch of our stuff in our garage and Zola's bedroom, which eliminated the need to rent a storage unit, getting the house in order for our renters to move in was draining, both physically and emotionally. Now that we're out of the house, all I can say is, "whew". We left the house in ship shape and feel great ...
... time to ride.
After a quick snack and lots of water to rehydrate, Tom introduces us to the three horses we’ll be with this afternoon: Tom will be on Bandit, Lizette will be on Duke and Bret will be on Trooper. After some maintenance and grooming lessons, we mount the horses and take off.
We were expecting a 30-minute or hour-long ride, maybe just up and down the trail we helped clean, but Tom and Bandit lead us on ...