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... coal industry of those states. However, we have NEVER seen anything like this before.
We finally saw a head of antelope (I know you will be happy with that news, Rhonda!) as we were getting close to Gillette, Wyoming which we passed at 12:30. That town looks quite prosperous. Stopping in Upton, Wyoming, we had a light lunch in Mufasa...and saw yet another herd of antelope just after leaving that town!
Here is the Deja Vu ...
We ended today with a drive through the Custer state Park wildlife drive. Before we even got to that, we saw huge deer several bucks in velvet, pin horn, a turkey, and elk. Down the winding and curvy drive filled with hills, valleys, bridges and sharp bends, we saw mostly deer and more pin horn. We saw a couple buffalo off in the distance. At the top of a hill ...
... financing.) The Native people were not happy with the idea of carving up the rock in their sacred lands of the Black Hills. But once again they were ignored. These presidents were men of their time indeed, each one complicit in varying degrees with the oppression of racially and culturally different people. (Maybe not Roosevelt...not sure.) On the other hand, these men were patriots in their hearts and certainly contributed in significant ways ...
... became a millionaire. My thought? He should have just skipped the gold mining and been a poker shark!
There were other interesting things we learned about gold mining. It was the blacksmith who was the richest in town because the miners required a very special starburst shaped tool to drill the rock and each one melted within 90 seconds. There were 12 mines in the area and 6 hours a day or mining or so. That adds up to a lot of starburst ...
... into Wyoming. Stopped at a rest area that was likewise closed for Easter Sunday no doubt. Sheridan, Wyoming. Once we hit Buffalo on the I-90 it stated no services for 66 miles... Not having been on much of Highway 50 out of Reno which is said to be the loneliest highway I can't say this was more or less lonely but it was indeed lonely and not especially interesting to look at except to count the pronghorn. I got to 50 and stopped ...
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