Crossed Sabres Ranch
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... the daylight yet again. I couldn't help but to stop a few more times along the way because the sunset cast the most beautiful light over the lake, fields, and mountains. I knew I needed to keep moving though. I was on the stretch of getting off a mountain with two other cars when dark hit. Quickly it crept up until it was a blanket of black and our three little cars were weaving down a twisting mountainside for the next hour. I had to use all my concentration to ...
... t shower. I had a tent to myself, it was nice to be able to stretch out and spread my gear around. Apparently the first night there was a wolf kill - a pack of wolves killed an elk just near camp and the rangers had to dispose of it. The second night Dave heard gunshots around 2am. During dinner on the second night Amanda started a group discussion about punctuality and respect which was ...
Hello people… this is Lacey. I went out and visited my friend Tux for a few hours today. Tux is a two year old standard poodle, black with some white on his chest and his legs- hence the name, I guess. He lives with the Johnsons on their ranch down the South Fork below Cody. They have a large fenced yard that runs around the house and along the river and there are lots of interesting things to see. Mostly Tux ...
... wondered what took his so long. The elk. On our way out of the park, we held on to every curve and beautiful vista taking mental pictures along the way to remember. We searched for our bear and moose. Nothing. As you leave the West gate, you enter the Shoshone National Park. There we saw our moose and her babies. I really wanted to see a Bull Moose but no luck. On to Cody. We arrived at the Cody Cowboy Village which is a horseshoe of ...
... faint or precipitated a heart attack as it crashed into the rail fence burying its bared teeth in the top rail and collapsed there, motionless.
I called out to Lacey, “Get help!”… a line borrowed from almost every Sergeant Preston episode. She got up, shaking her head to clear it, then trotted over to the backpack and extracted the cell phone, dialing 9-1-1 as she had been trained to do. Hooray for technology! In the ...