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Sinks Canyon, Wyoming

For our last night out, I had consulted with my friend, Delyn, who recommended we stay at Sinks Canyon State Park in Wyoming. You wouldn’t think crossing one state (Wyoming) would take an entire day, but it does. 486 more words

Allocation of asylum seekers across Germany

According to the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), “(a)llocation to an initial reception facility depends on the capacity currently available. Consideration is also given to which branch office of the Federal Office deals with the asylum-seeker’s home country, given that not all the branch offices deal with all countries of origin. 57 more words


Hello, Wyoming!

Excitement prevailed as we finally left Utah behind and started our climb into the 47th state of our adventure.  As Steve navigated the long climb followed by a steep downgrade to our new home base at Lander, we immediately recognized what this state is known for – wide open spaces, cattle, wild horses and cowboys.   913 more words

Where We Have Been

Sinks Canyon and Lander

Our first taste of the real outdoors for this trip came when we arrived in Lander, Wyoming. We headed directly to Sinks Canyon, hoping to snag a good site for our stay. 324 more words



There are a lot of different case options out there: thick ones, thin ones, squishy ones, hard ones, colorful ones and clear ones. Nick Sarafolean just wrote a great piece on how you can use a case with your phone to make it more unique. 878 more words

Training for the Lander International Climbers’ Festival

The International Climbers’ Festival has been a Lander, Wyoming, summer highlight since it began in 1993. Each July, hundreds of climbers from around the world come to Lander to climb limestone pockets at Wild Iris, slide down natural rock waterslides after exploring the sport and trad routes in Sinks Canyon, camp for free in City Park, and end each day with a loaded burger and refreshing brew from the Lander Bar. 591 more words