Coyote n. A small wolf (Canis latrans) native to western North America.



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Saturday, February 21, 2009- - -  
"I'm a working cowboy, a roughstock cowboy and a chocolatier"
Yes, he is. I've written several times about Tim Kellogg, the Meeteetse Chocolatier, and now he's in the news. A nice article in the Casper Star.

@6:15 AM

Wednesday, February 11, 2009- - -  
When kids go bad..
Goats suspected of causing Laramie barn fire!

Nope, we're not dead, just getting into a routine: Eat, sleep, hike. It's tough duty but someone has to do it.

Saw four bears on our last hike in the Chisos Mountains Friday! In three years of hiking the Big Bend it's the first time we've seen bears. So all of a sudden they were everywhere. It's a little nervous-making to hike in that thicket and know there's bears you can't see until you're within 30 yards or so of them. They were nice bears though. Not those big, surly, Wyoming tourist-eating bears.

@5:28 AM

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