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Thread: Dodie Wagon Train Part 3

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    Super Member jbsstrawberry's Avatar
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    Here's some more...these are the prettiest pics!!! Thanks for sharing your trip with us Dodie!!!!
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    and a few more
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    Sure looked fun. Where were you?? Thanks again for sharing them.

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    Looks like they had a great time-but better them than me. I am a city girl who thinks roughing it is having to walk a long way from my hotel room to the ice machine!!

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    wish I could have been with you, love camping etc

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    That looks like alot of fun!
    I keep telling the family that we should do a family reunion like that. You know...dude ranch, cattle rustling etc.
    No, they want posh hotels. UGH!

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    we were between Clark Wyoming and Red Lodge Montana Clark is 20 miles from Cody it was a very fun trip but I'm sure the pioneers had it much rougher

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    we took the horses and wagons for a total of around 40 miles we got to the last camp on Wed. night then on Thurs. rode in a suburban and a truck into Red Lodge for a few hours then back to camp then left there on Fri. to start the journey home it was a very good relaxing time

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    oh wow ! I caught this on Randon Topics ! I was hoping I could catch a few pictures from your wagon train adventure !!

    Sure looks great! Did anyone put a blog on the internet about this ? I would love to read about your trip !! And see more pictures !

    Chairjogger ( Ellen )

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    I'm jealous. I really miss the country life.

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