2 edition of Next stop--Fort Laramie found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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At least we'll be able to take showers sorry Katie. Tuesday, August 2 we are right near the old Oregon Trail, so today we'll go see some historic sites, but first I want to see a couple of buildings here in the state park.
But we'll only be here two nights, we should be fine. So we checked out the beach the water is way to shallow to swim in, and Next stop--Fort Laramie still lightning aroundate dinner with the generator on, then settled in with one light bulb on and read books all evening.
Mark had to venture over to the edge.
The soft ground seems to have forgotten where the wagons rode, but in this harder rock, you can see how far down the wheels carved. Katie's excited she won't have to take a shower. Mark picked a boulder nearby and added Katie's initial. After seeing the castle, we saw the park's museum, another CCC building, a big one at that. Maybe the driver was smoking a cigarette and threw it out the window.
It's the capitol and the biggest city in Wyoming, so it'll be a lot different from Guernsey, but hopefully just as interesting. Katie is holding her ears because of the loud thunder. We saw the hands-down nicest picnic shelter I've ever seen, and it was built from local Next stop--Fort Laramie and trees. I can't believe those guys, who were clearly talented builders everything's still in amazing shape 70 years later only made 50 cents a day.
I'd love to have a cabin like this to live in. Here she is learning to be a soldier: She did a real good job. There were lots of old names, like these: And lots of new names and chaos like this: It was difficult to read many Next stop--Fort Laramie the names, due to the glaring sunlight and because the surface is so densely written on. Next we stopped by the reservior's dam and spillway. You can't write in some protected areas, but most of the rock is still open for scratching.
Here is the sky to the south of us: There was so much wind that we pulled our livingroom in. But the state park has a large reservoir with lots of campsites around it, and some pretty cliffs. Here he is before I started getting nervous: Just past the churning water, it evens out immediately to this, which we thought was pretty: Okay, here we go to see the sites around here.
Here she is learning to be a soldier: She did a real good job.
It was hard to leave the fort without buying any books.
The truck is completely burned out, and the firemen are still trying to get the hay to stop burning.