Little America Hotel and Resort
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... herbicides and a bunch of other random stuff. It's not always easy both physically and mentally but it beats other jobs by far. having a steady paycheck is nice too. I'm trying to work on balancing my spending with saving for future endeavors. Its 100 degrees, with a strong consistent wind here on May 4th 2014. I've found myself in the grasslands of Oklahoma. Specifically I have found my self at the Washita Creek battlegrounds, a national historic site, working for ...
... his latest CD and now have an everlasting memory about the evening.
On my way to the bookstore I spotted a small group of people with posters calling for 'Honk for Peace', 'Peace in the Middle East', 'Grandmas for Peace' etc. Quite a few cars honked. I walked up to a very kind lady in the group to enquire what this was all about. She said the group meets every Wednesday and has for years. In the beginning there ...
... many that makes, but this trip has been quite CAPITAL! Hah! We are grabbing a quick pick-me-up and then we'll be on our way to Fort Collins, CO to see our much missed friends Chris and April Lindgren. We may or may not go skiing; we're pretty worn out. However, being in ski country and never having been, really does make me what to try out my ski skills.
... backside. So much potential to use it's history. We did the usual 'downtown' exploring, saw the Capitol Building and Governor's Mansion etc... but mostly the guide-map took us to the sites of buildings that have long since been knocked (or burned) down and replaced.
The same, and worse, can be said about Laramie, about 50 miles west of Cheyenne. So much build-up since it's mentioned and visited in so many of the 'taming the west' cowboy movies - but ...
Thanks Giving, as you may have heard, is rather big in America. In fact, it's only big here, and it's almost on par with Christmas in terms of Important Holidays. That's why they say Happy Holidays here, because they wrap Thanks Giving and Christmas and New Years under the banner term of HOLIDAYS.
Strange for a country so overtly Christian to shy away from Merry Christmas, but there you are.
We're spending ours in Cheyenne, Wymoing.
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