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... stopped by customs on the way back into the States. When I first crossed over, I received a few questions about my intent. On the way back, I was shot with armor-piercing rapid-fire questions. Only after saying no to having brought any illicit substances across the border did I remember the illicit substances I had brought across the border. My customs official might have been able to read my mind, because he slapped a sticker on my windshield and told me to pull ...
Our last Blog, posted from Dubois, Wyoming, included a small surprise the next morning - part of our KOA campground was under water! Evidently, overnight, the high fast moving Wind River rose several more inches resulting in about 10 campsites in several inches of floodwaters. We were about 70 yards from the river and well away from the floodwaters, but a significant rainfall in the area would have taken our site. Before we went to bed, I planned an escape route ...
... gas station, general store and the corporate headquarters (double wide modular home) of Chugwater Chili. I was keen to try the local chili, but at 10 AM on Sa***************quarters were closed. The general store, ice cream parlor and grocery boasted Chugwater Chili in the window. It too, was closed.
Of course, when I was driving out a local guy exited his pickup and walked right into the General Store. I guess open signs are ...
Fort Laramie was established as a U.S. Army frontier outpost
in the era when the West was being explored and a major military outpost in the
region during the 1850s to the 1870s, essentially from just before the Civil
War until about the time of Custer’s defeat at Little Bighorn. The Fort is
located in eastern Wyoming along the North Platte River and was also a stopping
point along the overland trails heading west is the mid-1800s. It ...
... like you can wear, but these great decorated (thing the Chicago cows) large cowboy boots throughout the area. It became a game for us to see how many boots we could find and take pictures with.
First stop was the Wyoming State Museum. For a free museum, this was nice. They showcase the various aspects of the history of Wyoming, from mammoths to mining to railroads to cowboys and everything in-between. It is set up well and has some hands on interspersed with ...