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... with us and he didn't bark while Ruby loaded the car. Laramie is the home of the University of Wyoming which is a beautiful campus. Lots of brick buildings. Laramie also has some very pretty churches. Good architecture, some sort of Old World-looking. We saw those last night after dark and didn't get any pics. Our original goal today had been to drive to Lincoln, Nebraska but we changed it to Omaha and then again to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Western Nebraska is somewhat ...
Extreme heat from a massive supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park is melting a major roadway at the popular summertime tourist attraction. Park officials have closed the area to visitors.
... br> antelope everywhere, western grebe, swainson hawks, western sandpiper, foresters
tern, red-naped sapsucker, macgilvrays warbler, bohemian waxwing, mt bluebirds
and many others. Lots of ducks of many species (redheads, cinnamon teal,
shovelers added to those seen this trip.)
With regrets leaving this incredible place. we departed the
Refuge at about 11 am heading south into
Idaho along the remaining 33 miles of red ...
... olor” de cavall i un bon sopar, una peli: "The man from Laramie” amb en James Stewart. Aquests dies, pocs deures!
It might be surprising but Brent, our Ranch’s owner, complains about not having enough time to go hunting. It ...
... we continued talking and finally went to bed. I had all of the upstairs floor to myself. The house is absolutely charming, it is one of the oldest still existing houses in Laramie, built in 1905. P. and G. have renovated it with great care.
This morning professor E.G. (Jerry) Meyer came to the house and all four of us had breakfast together. E.G. had been at Los Alamos, N.M., after WWII and knew a number of the ...