Hello y'all! I took many pictures on this trip --mainly with my favorite digital camerae and several with my cell phone. Some were also sent to me from my parents and such. I am finding it hard to get everything I want to show in this post. Because I am now having issues fining some of the pictures off my phone. But I will do my best. It was a rare cloudy and chilly day here in the desert, so I slept in on my day off work and now have to much energy to kill. Hopefully this will result in several blog posts yet tonight. I hope you enjoy! And please share this blog sight with everyone you know.
Again a big part of this trip was seeing my family.
I like this picture of dad.
Several people did not.
It is not making fun of him in any way, he is worried that one of the ladies at our table was going to leave there purse.
Whatever I like this picture.
It was about seeing family but also saw some snow up in the hills.
Painted garage downtown Sheridan.
Back home I finally got our car a little Wyoming-nized
Starbucks was my work station a couple of mornings.
Mainly checking up on news and attempting to download my newest pictures from the trip.
I ended up at the city park Kendrick Park at one point of course the pool was closed for the season.
It was all off because they were doing construction through the whole park and the road through was closed. Also the great stone lions were not at the entrance any more.
We later found them while Exploring Sheridan College. But that is one of the pictures I can't seem to find right now.
One of the two empty pedestals the mighty lions used to stand on.
At the park entrance.
As I said much of the trip was to visit family but I also had a rental car and do not sit well.
So took lots of time outs to Explore.
Entrance to the above pictured pool.
I swim like a rock so did not spend much time here but a lot of hours were logged in at the park.
Between the wandering creek and the hill that led up to the old Jr High and of course the playground and ice cream shop!
So this large field houses some amazing bison and elk but I did not see either on this trip.
On a side note have you ever ate bison burgers?
Way expensive but O so good!
I got into Sheridan just before fall
Although the colors are hard to see in many of my pictures.
Amazingly enough it is just turning fall here in the desert. I hope to venture out and get some fall leaf color pictures before it is to late but have not yet had the time.
This creek kind of wanders through the park.
View from about the center of the park
I have pictures from last time I lived here many more of the great park and beyond on each of my blog pages. Just enter Wyoming or Sheridan in the search
Including the kind of spooky Sheridan cemetery.
You can just see the ice cream shop in both of these pictures.
Closed for the season.
As I said you cold not actually drive through the park so I limited my Exploring for more further down the trail.
These chain saw sculptures were not around when I lived here last.
Back just off down town for a lil bit.
Rodeo is huge here don't you know!?
Another great Sheridan coffee house I must say.
My poor rental car. ;)
With the movie house in the back ground.
And a very nice bar just across the street.
And a very nice bar just across the street.
Another fine brew house a few blocks down.
Back by the river.
Good thing I can't read... ;)
Venturing back down by Starbucks and Wal Mart and such.
There is a neat little casino --of sorts down this way too. I got bored one night and used a new member coupon to get free play and walked out with cash off there free cash. The place is small but homey and when you are playing you can get free pops and such. But they want you to have a gaming card. Not sure why they only have maybe 30 machines maybe and putting it in the machines does not seem to give you any perks. But to get the free play you need to sign up for a gaming card. As I said last post there was not gambling in Wyoming when I moved away several years ago.
More of the kool mill turned motel.
Than a quick Exploring hike before I meet my folks for an early dinner.
And before it got dark.
All of this was marsh lands when I lived here last.
There are trails through out and across the city now.
I did not venture far just my legs were restless and I wanted some more pictures.
Across the street and just up from this trail head is the highway building. Than up to the airport.
The fall colors were amazing but I hit town about a week before there true peek.
The clouds at this time of day could not decide what they were doing.
Very neat side trip for sure.
Next posting we visit my true home town Big Horn Wyoming and than go up in the mountains to find some food and snow. And I will search for more of the pictures I can't seem to find.
Than in the last trip posting--I spend a full day on a walk about in Billings Montana before my flight out and beyond.