The first Thanksgiving in this country has many variations including what was for dinner. (Hint: it wasn’t beef.) They had whatever they could get their hands on which included different kinds of birds, deer, and crops they had grown. 468 more words
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Sunday Morning Breakfast.
I love small towns! It’s just that simple.
We have been blessed to go to breakfast with some very special friends on Sunday mornings at Tootsie’s in Thayne, Wyoming for several years now and I am ever more aware of just what a gift that is. 333 more words
Twelve miles from Buffalo, Wyoming, you can step back in time and feel the presence of a woman gone mad. Wyoming has never been an easy place to live – you have to really want to be here, but at the beginning – when this wonderful chunk of real estate was not yet a territory – things were much more difficult. 253 more words
This post is one I’ve been looking forward to writing for a long time, because I get to talk all about one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been: The Beartooth Plateau. 1,230 more words
Well, we’re here. The final post in my Yellowstone National Park saga. Today I’m going to focus on the only remaining section of the park – the northernmost portion. 672 more words
Today we’re going to talk about my favorite area of the park – the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone! I know, I know, I’m doing this all wrong. 1,514 more words