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... cattle trading and movement, introduction of the railroad. Went on a Trolley Bus Historic trip around the city and outlaying farmland ! Pictures attached. Tonight we are going back to Boot Hill ( so called because wayward, sining, miscreant gunslingers who were killed in shootouts were buried in their boots ) for a meal, a gun fight and a show. Tomorrow more sight seeing of downtown historic dodge and more pictures to ...
... which began on Day 17 when we entered Mexico, although I still believe I'm a 'water baby', I have to say the mountains have drawn me closer this trip and it will be hard to say good bye and enter the plains.
We stray only once today, when we see the sign for the Fort Union National Monument. We haven't toured a historical fort on the trip (El Fuerte doesn't count as it was a recreation at a 'guessed at' location), although we've seen a few, and decide today ...
... shop recommended Beanie-Weenies and sweetcorn for supper and introduced us to pancake mix which needs only water – a real winner. She was extremely excited to talk with us as she is a massive fan of the Royal Family and was eager for news of them. We were sadly lacking in much extra info, but we had yet another good discussion of The Wedding.
The day was mostly spent feeling very lethargic and lazy at the thought of Mands and ...
... and when Dad was the person opening the glass door Scott was to pull his hand off the wall. It was a simple and (I thought) foolproof plan. Tony, who I hadn't even met at this point, pulls the door open and Scott pulls his hand off the wall. I jump in his face and yell BOO!, startle him almost off his feet, and then walk down the rest of the hallway apologizing between fits of restrained laughter while Dad followed five steps behind shaking his ...
... towns and the sight of as many famous gunfights as any locale in
American West. The town has a small historic district and museum complex with
relics from the era and a Boot Hill Cemetery. It’s not a National Park Service
unit or anything and is a bit touristy and oriented toward school boys’ visions
of the Wild West, but I found it to be mildly interesting for a short stop on a
long boring drive across the Great Plains.