Alta's Rustler Lodge
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... so we left them there. The scenery is so pretty here. The ride back to the cabin was nice and the rolling green hills were pretty. We passed the sheep corral again, but this time, there was only one sheep there laying in the grass, white with a shock of red on its side. It turned out that it was dead, and we all felt awful. So sad! We speculated what could have happened on our way up the dirt road to the cabin. We were greeted by very energetic pups at the door. So we ...
... could see. Unusually, he agreed. Scott does not like to see what is coming. He just likes to face it. We started up a canyon and wow a single lane, but doable on a bike, not so much in this truck. I noticed no cell reception. We turned onto a coal hauling road. Coal trucks, the bane of of any biker. The further we went the sicker I got. Just a nagging to not go this way, not really sure, just a nagging, sick feeling. We returned to enterprise to turn in the ...
... wonderful travelling companions. I duly presented myself at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Museum and enjoyed the exhibits and old artefacts while the importance of the Rodeo stuff mostly passed me by. My new friend Marcia had ensured I was given VIP treatment, but there was no stampede at the museum this Monday morning. I moved off late morning, and on the Museum staff's advice took Happy Jack Road from Cheyenne to Laramie. A lovely drive away from the interstate ...
... I decided to forego travelling to Park City, and go into the canyon today, thus staying ahead of the storm. I rode out of Heber that morning and into the town of Midway to state route 256, which would take me right into Wasatch Mountain State Park. It was chilly that morning, but overall pleasant. Midway seems to host more tourists than Heber and had a couple of well-developed resorts.
The terrain became more steep and mountainous very quickly as I rode into Wasatch ...
... existing supplies or process with other products or processes which are more environmentally friendly
Re-use- What supplies can be economically re-used
Recycle- The next step beyond re-use, using things that can salvaged and recycled for further use
Re-engineer- Introducing change to traditional corporate management structures and operations
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