Cheyenne, Wyoming

April 27th, 2021|Wyoming|

Cheyenne means "people of the strange tongue" in the Arapahoe language.  Cheyenne is the capital, and boasts more people (63,607) than any other city in Wyoming, which also happens to be the least populous state [...]

Grand Tetons National Park WY

September 15th, 2020|Wyoming|

Jackson Hole is premier paragliding territory, both for consistent summer winds and breathtaking scenery.  We signed up for paragliding, dropping about 3,000 ft. in 20 minutes.  A little adventure for Mike's birthday!

Hiking in Yellowstone Nat’l Park

August 12th, 2020|Wyoming|

Mike had a backpacking trip with Wildland Trekking through the Belcher River Valley in southwest Yellowstone over five days, and fifty-two miles!  The hikes included incredible thermal pools and waterfalls, and was much less crowded [...]

Wandering in Wyoming

April 12th, 2017|Wyoming|

Red Reflet Ranch is one of our favorite places in Wyoming!  They're continually racking up "dude ranch" awards, and we loved being there with Michèle and the boys.  

Thermopolis, WY

July 5th, 2015|Wyoming|

In a town as small as Thermopolis, WY (population 3,038) it's up to the dinosaurs and buffalo to make you feel even smaller. We enjoyed their mineral hot springs in the evening, after the hot [...]

Spring in Wyoming

April 28th, 2015|Wyoming|

Red Reflet Ranch is full of calves and foals in the spring.  And we were treated to a rare event - a Medieval celebration in honor of spring by the Washakie Museum Group from nearby [...]

Cow business at Red Reflet, WY

July 10th, 2014|Wyoming|

Horses win the battle of wits over cows, and seem toenjoy herding, as long as there are no massive bulls around.Bonanza!  From the left, "Little Joe" Mary Ann,"Ben" Mike, "Hoss" Sue and "Adam" Dan.Being a city [...]

Monkey business at Red Reflet

July 8th, 2014|Wyoming|

Mike takes aim with a sophisticated cross bow.  This was target practice, but our buddy Bob uses it for elk hunting.Seeing the canyon from upside down on the zip line!Mike's sister Mary Ann may look innocent, butshe [...]

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