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... tables, but Bruce saved the day by using a 6 inch stack of beer coasters. Laramie was a small town. It wasn't what I expected. I think Crowbar & Grill was the only restaurant open at 8 o'clock at night. It was very busy so we had to ask the waiter to let us order because they forgot about us. :) it's ok though. We had ...
... stuff. I shot many of these pictures as we are driving they are not always the clearest photos.
The weather started out sunny but soon rain clouds built to the west and we encountered rain showers several times. One of these showers provided us with rainbow.
After hours of driving we finally made it to Wyoming. We passed a howling wolf perched on the top of a hill, a tree growing out of a rock which was saved by ...
... of the road. In May.
Tomorrow should be better, though. We’ll be in Nebraska (that bush and that cloud and that car and that rock and that corn field and …).
We’re supposed to have thunderstorms tomorrow. Just that much more to see (that black cloud and that streak of lightening and ...
... horses and so it was more fun for all. Also, our bones were more used to the pain.
We rode up on a hill of the Ranch property that had a spectacular 360º view. From there, Brent showed us where he was planning to hunt for elk, about 30 minutes away by car. He will go with a friend and they will be taking a horse to get closer to the elk, where the car cannot get them. We ...
... in the U.S. House of Representatives.)
In a short while I will part with Pennie and Gary after a delightful visit and head back to the Medicine Bow Mountains. They have given me plenty of useful advice on what to do and see, while I'm in Wyoming, for which I'm very grateful. They have a family reunion in Norway in two years. Hopefully, they will also make it to Denmark, so I can reciprocate their hospitality a little bit. ...
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