Other than playing with the new Mac and a 4th July Rodeo I haven’t done an awful lot. I have been resting and planning the next ride though. I decided to set off on Monday (tomorrow) rather than a Sunday – partly because Christine is off work today and it means we can spend some time communicating via Skype. For the past few days, the 7 hour time difference has meant we pass like ships in the night. so, I booked one extra night and I will be heading to Casper, Wyoming early tomorrow. Highway 287 looks like a scenic road; the trip is around 487 miles and I will be stopping to take photos, so another day’s rest is not a bad thing.
Meanwhile, here are some photos from July 4th in Evanston, Wyoming.
First, take a look at this biker’s fantastic HD cap – and note he visited Sturgis, S Dakota, in 2007. We were there too that year, so perhaps our paths crossed. I met him in a bar called Spanky’s after the rodeo – it was hot and dusty, thirsty work at the rodeo 😉 During the afternoon, there were some family events taking place And i bumped into my Railroad project friend again If anyone is interested in following the progress of the railway, here is Bruce’s card.Right, the Rodeo. First – the kids had to ’round up’ the chickens
Nah,nah,nah,nahnah – check out his tongueTwo pretty girls on the entrance gate wanted to know what my accent was Finally, a couple more photos of things that caught my eye in Evanston: The House of Prayer has a brand new roofThis was a slightly spooky empty house – Christine, shall we move in?
The sun set and soon the fireworks would begin. I tried, but, without a tripod, I couldn’t get a good shot; but I tried…. That’s it for now folk – I hope our friends in the USA had a great July 4th.
See you down the road – ride safe 🙂