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... the railroad bed.
Statistics: Weight: 1,208,750 lbs.
Length: 132 feet
Fuel capacity: 28 tons
Water capacity: 25,000 gallons
From Cheyenne we drove north and got off to visit Ft. Laramie- not Laramie, home of the University, which is west of Cheyenne, but Fort Laramie, a major player in the history of the American west. It sat on the routes of the Pony Express and the Oregon Trail ...
... spotted on our drive in to Buffalo, as we pulled into Indian Campgrounds.
Crazy Woman Canyon, Bighorn National Forest and mountain drives to see snow in June are on our 100% to-do list. Something we might visit, but it's fast and loose whether it'll happen or not is seeing the Tower of the Devil. There's a part of me that loves not knowing beforehand why certain things are named the way they are. Devil's Tower brings visions of the River Styx, Dante's Inferno and Faust; ...
... One of the girls had actually been in an episode this year… 03/03… third season, third episode as they are numbered. She played the outgoing Indian beauty queen passing the crown to the one newly elected.
I spent the afternoon strolling through town, studying the upcoming events and sharing the pictures on my calendar and in the book with some of those who were in them. I stopped in the "Longmire Campaign Headquarters" to pick ...
Waking up to the sounds of loons calling, aspen leaves russeling, and water lapping the shore. Ribbons of snow highlight the peaks and striations of the mountains across the water.
Magpies in all their beauty sitting in the tree waiting to steal food or souvenirs. Sadie chasing unknown scents through the high grass, ...
... Buffalo our mid-point stop-over to get to Yellowstone. The Buffalo KOA is very nice and has a great playscape for the boys. 2nd best so far according to them. The Badlands KOA still holds the #1 position. It is getting easier each day to get the camper setup after a day of trailering. In no time I had it all setup and was cooking dinner. We had quite a feast tonight - spaghetti with venison sausage (thanks Rick!), garlic bread and salad.