Great time at PEOPLE OF THE EARTH DAYS in Thermopolis, Wyoming
- Tuesday, 01 July 2014 07:53
Well, the first ever PEOPLE OF THE EARTH DAYS is over, but we’re still smiling. We met so many wonderful people, and we had such fun! We have to tell you, the events were spectacular, but from a personal perspective, our favorite was the ice cream and coffee hour at the Black Bear Café. Intimate, one-on-one, that was special for us. However, the trips to Legend Rock Petroglyphs, Wind River Canyon, and the Wyoming Dinosaur Center were like little mini-vacations. We are grateful to have had the expert guidance of John Fish, Barb Vietti, and Greg Willson. Each event was so different, and so educational, we loved each one. The Thermopolis Chamber of Commerce is already working on how to make it better, with new and fascinating events. Thanks tremendously to all of you who filled out the comment cards. The Chamber is listening! Your observations and recommendations DID count.
If you’re considering attending next year, please go to: thermopolischamber.org, and click on PEOPLE OF THE EARTH DAYS, and let the chamber know! Next year the event will be held at the same time as the nightly rodeo–and should be tremendously fun. We can’t wait!
Hope to see you all there!
Wyoming drudgery day
- Saturday, 14 June 2014 08:35
Today is one of those lazy Saturdays where we will spend most of the day clipping dead branches left by last winter’s massive snow storms. First thing, tackle the junipers that were split down the middle, then the cottonwoods and aspens. Finally, get to that dead lilac in front of the house that looks really ugly…
Fun Channel 13 Interview!
- Monday, 09 June 2014 11:23
We recently sat down with Amanda del Castillo at Channel 13 in Casper, Wyoming, to talk about the upcoming PEOPLE OF THE EARTH DAYS in Thermopolis, Wyoming. Amanda did a great job! Thanks so much.
Rain at Red Canyon Ranch
- Wednesday, 21 May 2014 12:48
Rained here last night. The air this afternoon is just crystal clear and fragrant with the mixed scents of wildflowers, lilacs, and the tang of juniper.
Rainy Day Rodeo
- Thursday, 08 May 2014 20:55
After all the glorious rain we’ve had, the drive into town today proved very interesting! In these parts, we call it “4-Wheel Drive Rodeo,” meaning we bucked and twisted our way out of the ranch in 4-wheel-low-differential-locked while dodging the low-hanging tree branches. Jeez, it was fun…