Monthly Archives: July 2007

Two Days in Wyoming

It’s taken us two days to get to Yellowstone from Colorado Springs. Nothing could have prepared us for what we encountered here in this, the least populated of our 50 states. It’s a long drive from the border up to … Continue reading

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A Shower in the Wilderness

We went into Yellowstone yesterday. I say went into because it’s a big place. Our campsite is actually about 12 miles outside the park so it took us quite a bit longer to get to the sights. It was a … Continue reading

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A Nineteen Mile Drive

We went to church yesterday. It took us a while to find the place but it was a pleasant drive through the country nonetheless. The church was housed in an old movie complex with worship taking place in one theater … Continue reading

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Our First Day Out

Our first day at a new place is always interesting. We’ve got to sift through all the tourist pamphlets in an effort to find those activities that are both interesting and appropriate for children and affordable enough for adults. It’s … Continue reading

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Stopping Points

We arrived at Clayton, New Mexico last night, the first stop in a series that will form the substance of Phase II of this Big Adventure. We left Wichita Falls with some degree of mixed feelings, a bit concerned that … Continue reading

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Half-Off

I had the chance to buy something today at half-off. It’s a tempting phrase, like a siren voice. The guy at the store said, “Yep, it’s half-off. This is the retail price. We sell it for this here, so it … Continue reading

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