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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had time to talk with the actors and they are a wonderful bunch. Whoever did the casting did a super job… all of them are warm and personable, yes- even Matthias... and they liked the book and calendar. As the autograph session wound down, the Indian dancers came back. I saw that Cady had slipped in and I managed to get her autograph, too.
After three hours in the sun, I got a sno-cone and a bottle of water and sat down, watching the dancing. ...
... things, I was once a part of 4H). Wyoming, I give you an A for trying, a C for execution and a D for grandpa-aged cowboys that judge my native print shorts (see below picture for reference.) Lastly (I’m almost done, hang on), South Dakota, this place is awesome in everyway possible. Everyone in the family agrees. Made it up to Mount Rushmore (AMAZING. Seriously, go USA, you scored — too soon? Maybe, I ...
Waking up to the sounds of loons calling, aspen leaves russeling, and water lapping the shore. Ribbons of snow highlight the peaks and striations of the mountains across the water.
Magpies in all their beauty sitting in the tree waiting to steal food or souvenirs. Sadie chasing unknown scents through the high grass, ...
... Branch Connally, a couple of cowboys and me.
"It looks like they have us surrounded, Sheriff," I said. He nodded his head.
“Branch,” he said, “take the rifle and see if you can pin down those guys at the far ridge… Guido, there are five guys about 25 yards out- you keep them busy… give me that Remington 12 gauge double barrel and I'll handle the ones in ...
... rising up the Great Plains. Over hills into massive valleys, and then up again, it was a nice drive, but long. We continued out west, watching the distant Rockies get ever closer. After 6 or so days on the road we headed for the town of buffalo, and a motel 6, whilst we regrouped before hitting Yellowstone.
I'll leave that for the next bit. Writing this on the road is quite hard to find the time, so I apologies for the novel, but that did span 1500 miles or ...