Monthly Archives: September 2018

From Tom’s Dashboard: Appreciating the Good Life!

Tom’s Top Twenty Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska In no particular order!  Buildings and Architecture in historic downtowns: Sheridan, Bozeman, Butte, Sheridan…. Amazing buildings built in the early 1900’s based on wealth from coal, copper, oil, and cattle. The wealth from that time … Continue reading

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Resources for Students Enrolled in “Purchasing an RV: Roadie Advice.”

How to purchase an RV! https://axleaddict.com/rvs/How-to-Gain-the-Advantage-in-RV-Negotiations RV Buyers Guide   http://www.rvbg.com What to know about Towing a Car. https://rvshare.com/blog/rv-towing-guide/ My RV Selector.com http://www.myrvselector.com Value of an RV https://axleaddict.com/rvs/Smart-RV-Travel-Determining-the-Value-of-An-RV NADA RV Guide http://www.nadaguides.com/RVs RV Trader ttps://www.rvtrader.com/ Tips on Getting a Better Price … Continue reading

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Heading West to Discover the Big Rock Candy Mountain!

Exploring the Purple Mountain Majesties Above the Fruited Plain! Herds of Pronghorn deer followed us as we headed south toward home.  They were watching high up on the mountains, in the golden fields, and right next to a herd of … Continue reading

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Did We Miss The Turn? Quick, Find The Passports!

Maybe The Sun Was In Our Eyes? The East Entrance to Yellowstone is even more awesome than Yellowstone National Park itself.  Below towering mountains the Shoshone River has created a stunning valley floor.  We hiked some of the overlooks in … Continue reading

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Time Travel.  Real Life on Western Military Forts!

Caution!  Scream!  Scream! Screech!  KaPow! There may be history ahead! Tread lightly, it could be boring for some! Fort Kearny State Historical Park (Click on the name of the fort for their website.) in Nebraska opened our eyes to the amount … Continue reading

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