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... large! The next four days we just hung out and i met my older cousin timothy. On Wednesday Morning Terry Cope and Bean left and went back to California because.... that's where they live. On Wednesday morning we went to Estes park, a cute little town with lots of little shops and really nice taffy. After walking around the town we went up into the a nature reserve in the mountains. It was 12,000 ft above sea level. the views ware ...
... and wine (we picked up some food too of course, and a soccer ball from the BX to keep the kids entertained while we unpacked everything later on). Our second drama (and one that had us seriously worried that we were doing to have to spend the night at a hotel instead of our cosy caravan!) was when we returned to FE Warren AFB only to have the gate guardian inform us that Tony's CAC card (his military ID for access to U.S. military establishments) was ...
... seats for club members and another for anyone buying a ticket. The drawing was at this meeting and a man living in Rawlings, WY won. The raffle is their major fundraiser and they were very successful this year.
We then walked a couple of blocks to an art gallery where Cathy's glass art work is on display as well as for sale. Great stuff as you will see by the pictures. Took a picture of her business card in case anybody would like to buy some ...
... It is the single largest source of coal mined in the United States, and contains one of the largest deposits of coal in the world. Because of the Powder River Basin, Wyoming has been the top coal-producing state since 1988. Coal production’s center of gravity in the United States has moved; from central Appalachia to the Powder River Basin.
The Black Thunder Coal Mine in the Basin is one of the most productive coal mines in ...
... to get excited about.
Highlights of our 'day' trip to Laramie was the Lincoln Memorial at a service area on the I-80 on our way there and a brief visit to Vedauwoo - a National Park area for camping and walking just off the I-80 - on the way back.
We did visit a couple of places that are worth a mention. We drove 80 miles south to Boulder in Colarado (yes, you guessed it, so that Kevin could mark off another State on the spreadsheet).