Sweet Grass (Dude) Ranch
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Ann and I awoke at 7:15 this morning and tried to quietly pack, load our stuff in the car, grab breakfast (there's more selection at an early hour), and get riding early since the day promised to get hot! Lea more or less slept through our noise. It was a beautiful morning - the sun was shining, the temperature was comfortable, and although our muscles complained a bit after the day off - it ...
We spent yesterday in Buffalo going through the Gatchell Museum. He was a local pharmacist who grew up with the Lakota Indians. They gave him many gifts and he also collected old guns and old west artifacts. He had these items displayed behind the soda fountain in his pharmacy. He was the type of guy who forgave a debt if someone couldn't pay him. When he died about 50 years ago, all 8,000 of his artifacts were donated to the city as long as they built a museum, which they did. ...
"Holy ****!" Cody said, pointing at the stairs. There, on the landing was a filmy white figure, moving slowly across… and then it disappeared. “Did you see that?!” Cody shouted.
“Yeah,” I replied. Both of us were rooted to the spot.
“That must be the ghost that Todd's friend saw!” Cody said, breathlessly.
“Could be.” For some reason I wasn’t convinced. “Come ...
This is a non-official and unscientific conclusion regarding Recreational Vehicles (RV) and their occupants based upon two months of careful observation and not-so-careful research:
The size of an RV is inversely proportional to the number and age of the occupants.
In other words, the largest and fanciest vehicles will house two people and possibly one very small, continually yapping, dog, while a small trailer will have parents, ...
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"Don't say we didn’t warn you," The first guy called after us. We just waved. A minute later we heard their truck start and drive off.
As we approached the old house, I studied it carefully. Some of the windows had been boarded, some not… some had glass and some not. There was a back porch with a door that probably went in to the kitchen. Cody went up on the porch and tried it, but it was locked. ...