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... eastern Wyoming. About 100 miles east of the border with Wyoming, the freeway dips south a little almost to the Colorado line. There's a pull-off there to get out and see a beautiful panoramic view. And it is beautiful. You can see for what I imagine to be miles and miles in a 180-degree arc. You're standing on top of a bluff and in front of you is just wide open prairie. Ruby drove the first leg of today's journey. Once we entered Nebraska we passed the ...
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> into the Park but there were few leaving. We passed through the west entrance
gate which had several entry lanes but all were backed up with cars ,vans,
buses and winnebagos waiting in line.
There were like - dressed folks in green t shirts posing at the
Yellowstone sign and a frenzy around that with folks running through the lines
lest they miss there chance to pose by the sign. The Yellowstone season now seemed to be
... 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 ...