Things are just Ducky now!

I don’t know about your bucket list, but mine has always included attending a rubber ducky race.  At last I get my chance at the 1st annual Rubber Duck race in nearby Belle Fourche.  Unexpectedly this exciting race includes some cunning strategy by several of the more competitive ducks. A shrewd duck grabs the lead […]

The Hills Are Alive

It is all I can do not to fling my arms open wide and belt out the “Sound of Music” at the top of my lungs when we revisit the Snowy Range Mountains this week.  However, concerns that I will be locked away for cruel and unusual harassment of wildlife and offense to local tourists […]

Wyoming – WY Not?

Except for seasons (Winter: mid-Sept through May, Spring: June, Summer:July and Fall: August through the first week in September) there are many things to love about Wyoming.  For instance they have great slogans: That’s WY Wyoming – Social Distancing Since 1890 Also they normally have loads of Rodeos and Summer Festivals.  This year Laramie celebrated […]

Wyoming Work and Play

Today I complete my first broom here at the Territorial Prison.  Back in the 1890s, the good conduct prisoners produced brooms on an assembly line here.  The profit from the brooms helped support the prison and line the prison Lessee’s pockets (if he was lucky). I calculate the profit that might be generated on the […]