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With all the snow comes some very cold temperatures. It was -11C when we woke up but a beautiful clear day which was good news for the 400km+ travelling we have planned for today. We had the morning wandering around Laramie, this included great coffee and haircuts for both of us. Laramie is a university town with Wyoming University campus based there so lots of cool cafés and interesting shops to explore. The people ...
... br> The old Double Diamond lay out east of Dubois
In the land of the buffalo
And the auctioneer's gavel, how it rapped and it rattled
As I watched the old Double Diamond go.
Won't you listen to the wind
Mother Nature's violin.
When I first hired on the old Double Diamond
I was a dammed poor excuse for a man
Never learned how to aim, ...
... cool to see 60+ horses all running together. Later in the evening the kids all went out in the pasture and coaxed the horses back to the corral which was a blast for them. For the girls, the three tabby kittens are the highlight of the ranch - the horses and ponies and goats and swimming pool and tree swing are distant seconds. Sophia is covered with scratches to prove it.
... I immediately admitted that I had been in Sinclair and taken photographs adding that I was from Denmark, and that we don't have refineries like that there. He said that with all the terrorist activities these days you have to be careful. I believe he immediately determined that I didn't look like the typical Arab terrorist out on a mission to blow up the Sinclair oil refinery. I had noticed ...
... emerged into an eerie, barren, brown landscape. The eerie feeling was borne of the significant haze clouding our view in all directions. We had been told before leaving that there was a fire in Montana over 70 miles away, and that any haze we would see would most likely be because of this. As we continued to hike up the gradual slope, the scenery became more and more reminiscent of Tatooine (Star Wars, anyone?), being very rocky, full of steep ...