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Jul 1, 2012 - Goodbye Dubois ;(

My my my....Well last night after finishing my last entry I realized I forgot something. It's pretty major, don't see this everywhere, and I was rather interested by it. At the wedding reception, they served us a nice dinner of pork, asparagus? asparagous?, beans, and something else that I didn't eat, and dinner rolls. But this was no ordinary Food Lion out of the package pork. Ohhhhhh nooooo. They went all fancy and brought in this heeeuuuuggggeeeee pig. And the cook just sliced it right off the pig. I couldn't help but stare, and the cook...

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Jun 30, 2012 - A very eventful day in Dubois...

Bright and early this morning, Aunt Mich comes in to my couch bed and recommends that I should get up. I lay there for a couple more minutes and hear a bunch of commotion outside, but didn't act on it because my family is very excitable. Anyway, so in rushes Aunt Mich saying "Clorox wipes! Clorox wipes!" and then rushes out with none other than, Clorox wipes. She then comes in laughing and explains to me that there was a sewage incident and, like my mother, took flight when this situation occurred. Arms flapping and kind of running in...

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Jun 29, 2012 - The Dubois Way of Life

Last night we went out with Cindy and Rodney on the 4 wheelers to see the sunset. Aunt Michele let me drive the 2 seater and Uncle Bill led the way. Avoiding the ruts was pretty interesting, but every now and then Aunt Mich would give me a pat on the back for avoiding some of the pretty deep ruts haha. The 2 seater was actually pretty neat, kind of like driving a small car, although it was definetly like the 4 wheeler in the fact that when you would press on the gas it jumped about 2 feet ahead hahaa. We finally made it up the hill where we...

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Aug 12, 2006 - US Rt. 26 to Boysen State Park, Wind River Canyon, WY

Left the RV park and began the trek to Devil's Tower, Mt. Rushmore etc.. We were traveling Rt. 26 East and about 28 miles from the campground, we drove into the most beautiful, colorful and spectacular countryside. The mountains are actually higher than the Tetons - over 13,000 feet and Mt. Gannett, the highest in Wyoming, tops at 13,800+. Instead of being gray granite like the Tetons, these mountains were striped red and tan layers and very wind-carved. Some of the mountains had beautiful lavendar stripes as well. The road wound around...

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