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Soapweed yucca is a Great Plains species native to Wyoming. The lance-like leaves are stiff, coarse, and sharp but worth the blood-letting for the tall spikes of whitish pendulant flowers. Yuccas don’t bloom every year, but some years are phenomenal. … Continue reading

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Beartooth Highway

The renowned Beartooth Highway (Highway 212), is a 65-mile route over the Beartooth Mountains with the Beartooth Pass at 10,947 feet, The Beartooth Mountains are some of the planet’s oldest rock with some dating at nearly four billion years. The … Continue reading

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Yellowstone in May

It was a beautiful Spring day and since the East Gate opened on Friday, we took a trip to the Park.  We went in the Northeast entrance through Lamar Valley and came out the East Entrance to Cody.  Driving the … Continue reading

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Happiest States in the United States

Wyoming is rated as the 5th ‘Happiest’ state in the United States. Happiest states in the United States

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The Arrival of Spring

Spring time in the Rockies comes upon us with gradual awakenings.  The first sign is the Yucca plant showing its spikes a brighter green.  It is so gradual, that sometimes it sneaks up on you.  Then you will notice a … Continue reading

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Wyoming State Flower

After a very wet spring, the wildflowers are blooming.   The Indian Paintbrush was adopted as the Wyoming state flower and state symbol in 1917.  On my way to work this morning along Highway 120, I saw a vivid display of … Continue reading

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DUCLKINGS IN CODY WYOMING

On my way to work this morning, I was turn from Highway 120 onto the 12th Street hill.  I was so fortunate to catch something out of the corner of my.  It was mother duck and her 6 ducklings.  I … Continue reading

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Beartooth Highway Opens Memorial Weekend

Through winter as I look up to the mountains, one of the most anticipated weekends that I look forward to is Memorial Weekend when the Beartooth Highway opens up.  This year the snow was phenomenal.   It was literally like driving … Continue reading

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Spring Trip to Yellowstone

Yellowstone Park opened a week ago and by this past weekend, all gates were open.  We drove up the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway this past Sunday through Cooke City and into Lamar Valley in Yellowstone.  

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Clarks Fork Canyon and the Nez Perce

A trail ride to follow the history of the Nez Perce flight of 1877 went through northern Wyoming July 21-26.  The National Appaloosa Horse Club sponsors a 1300 mile ride from the Wallowa Valley of Oregon to the Bear Paw … Continue reading

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