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    ditcherman

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    In the country, hopefully.
    For those that don't know, Wyoming is my birthplace. We moved when I was two years old because my grandmother got sick back home in Indiana. Going back to visit has been on my list for a few years now. Sometimes my Mom and I talk about how much life would be different if we would have stayed. My parents loved it out there, said it was a slower pace of life and people were friendlier.
    Definitely still is that slower pace and friendlier. Even in places like Jackson Hole, but especially in the small prairie towns.
     

    MindfulMan

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    Definitely still is that slower pace and friendlier. Even in places like Jackson Hole, but especially in the small prairie towns.

    Rural Colorado is the same. I stayed in this Inn in Walden, Colorado. The next day they had a 'street dance' to celebrate the start of their small town annual rodeo.
    Basically, the town came out to dance with the Bull riders for the event .... it was a hoot.

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    This was the view from the rodeo grandstands. It's another place that I'd return to in a heartbeat !

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    This last one is for my bud, @mcapo (wink, wink) :D
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    Hope that I didn't burn-out you gansters with my photos today.
    I guess that I was on a roll, and dreamin' cowboy dreams. I need to go back soon !

    Bedtime for Bonzo .... later, gaters.
     

    mcapo

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    East of Hoosier45 - West of T-dogg
    The square toe are Ariat, the round toe are Justin. I find the Ariat a little more comfortable to where, but I think cowboy boots in general take some getting used to wearing and I don't wear mine very often.

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    I prefer mine to have functionality and comfort.

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