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... s the difference between a buffalo and a bison? A: You can't wash your hands in a buffalo) was mentioned several times. The ranch also breeds camels, with their original stock coming from New Mexico. There are also some ostriches and a few llamas. I don't know why. The ranch has been in operation since the late 1880s and was regularly visited by President Roosevelt.
The bison feeding was great, with the bison coming right to the train and ...
... gave a grant of land free to any family who would make the trek out west, and settle on the land. As well as that the Mormons were feeling persecuted, and decided to set out for the west en masse and find some land where they could set up their own community. We know it today as Salt Lake City.
This migration and settlement pitted settlers against native americans in an large scale way for the first time but, leaving that issue aside, over 350,000 people made the 2000 mile ...
This is Cheyenne's theme....Live the Legend
SATURDAY 6/28-We left early, for us, thinking we could beat the wind...that is not possible in this area as when we got on the interstate it showed 35mph winds and further down the road 40mph. Once again we had awning problems like we did in Arizona so I had to listen to it bang and thump against the motorhome when a gust of wind would come the right way...very nerve wracking.
A few miles ...
My route homeward runs south out of Cody, down through Meeteetse and Thermopolis, through the Wind River Canyon, on and off the Wind River Reservation (Shoshone) to the town of Shoshoni, turns East and across the plains to Casper where we spent last night camped on the bank of the North Platte River, then south again to Cheyenne where we are tonight… northwest to southeast, and taking in a lot of historical territory. The Wind River Range of mountains is part ...
... cold on Friday because of a rapid shift in temperature and declined the invitation to come along (it turned out that neither Gina nor her mom went to see the cattle drive the next morning). So, I took Gina home, and we agreed that I would return for a second day of sightseeing the next morning at 12 am. What an interesting day it had been!
(It's getting dark, so I will post just one photo and then continue the blog in the morning.)