A flat plateau, a sense of anticipation …
© Lois Wingerson, 2017
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I am a retired science journalist, devoted to enjoying and recording the many pleasures of life in the Wyoming's Upper Wind River Valley.
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2 thoughts on “Lander to Dubois: The Great Surprise”
We share your anticipation, and passion…thanks for the preview this time. We are only days behind you as we tow one of our last loads from Chicago to our home in Dubois. We can picture in our minds eye the painted hills, the river, the wide open beauty, and yes the Absarokas and Wind River mountains. We will arrive Thanksgiving mid-morning. Not planned so much as just meant to be.
Now, if the weather holds and the trailer isn’t too heavy to be towed up that last mile, we’ll have a perfect day on Thu. If too heavy or too much snow…well, we’ll just hunker down in town and call Joel to see if he can do some plowing on Fri. In any event, we’ll be home – all good!
Thanks so much for comments. Safe travels, and welcome!
I sincerely regret to say that I will be out of town from the day after Thanksgiving, for a few weeks. I look forward to meeting both of you after I return. If I get a chance, I’ll email to see how you’re settling in.
Good luck with that trailer, and happy Thanksgiving!