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... about Buffalo Bill as well as the native indians, art of the West, firearms through the ages and the volcanic regions. It was huge and after doing the Buffalo Bill part, I needed to get out and get some fresh air. Ron stayed on and looked at the fire arms while I headed downtown with another Aussie and went to lunch at the historic Irma Hotel that Buffalo Bill had built for his daughter Irma. It was amazing and had a huge timber bar ...
... t bothered by crowds. At one point Fred and the kids were in watching the wolves and I went over to see the Grizzlies (I couldn’t resist when I spotted one sitting upright on her bear bottom and looking so cute) and while I was there, the other female Grizzly in the enclosure started play-fighting with the sitting bear. Suddenly it was all on with them roaring at each other and standing on their hind legs batting each other with their ...
... that this whole mountain range was comparable in size to Aoraki Mount Cook!
The views up here were stunning. No photos could capture this, no words could relate.
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