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... car while I headed to the visitor center to get a map of Grand Teton National Park. Without cell service, this was risky, but eventually he found me waiting for him by the front door and we set off down the highway. After studying the map, it became clear that a visit to Grand Teton was doable, though it would be a long day. We decided to go for it. Yellowstone and Grand Teton are connected on the south side of Yellowstone. And since we were already on the south side of ...
... you can expect to find the “Busy Bee Café” Walt’s favorite place for lunch, at least in the books, and also a favorite of Craig Johnson, author of the series. He doesn’t live in Buffalo (Durant), but up the road a way in the town of Ucross, population 25. He and his wife Judy were there and we had a conversation about the celebration and the third season of “Longmire” on A&E. They are both open and friendly and enjoy talking about ...
... back on the ground. I pulled the big Golden Retriever- German Shepherd-Chow mix off of Cody who regained his feet. Bear is a rescued dog that we got when I was seven. Now Bear was 14 and slowing down a little but still an awesome companion.
I opened the front door and ushered Cody inside, Bear following us. Cody stopped in the hallway, looking around in wonder. “Hello…,” I called out, and from the living room I heard a cry.
... other places). We arrived to find out that their self-serve pumps broke yesterday, and that the only fuel was the full-service fuel from the truck. Although the driver split the difference between the self-serve and full-serve price, it was not the deal I was expecting.
Alex and I piled into the "crew car", an interesting concept for those of you who have never flown general aviation planes cross-country before. When you arrive at a strange new field, ...
... and ties three of its legs with at least one wrap and a half hitch with a “piggin’ string” which the cowboy has been holding in his teeth. The cowboy then remounts and rides forward which slackens the rope. The calf usually struggles to get up, but it must remain tied of 6 seconds or “no time”.
Barrel Racing is the cowgirls’ Professional Rodeo event. It is a timed event with ...
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