Long time no update…
By Tim Kupsick | Posted at 9:51 pm on Wednesday, August 24, 2011 | Share
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Hello avid viewers! Haven’t posted anything in a long time. Here is a few images from the last couple months before football starts up and takes over. Prep BLITZ!!
Volunteer Connie Cropsey removes weeds from the Heirloom garden at Fort Caspar Museum on Tuesday morning.
Sinks Canyon park rangers help kids explore the Boulder Choke Cave on Saturday. Parts of the cave expose the middle fork of the Popo Agie river that falls into the Sinks, but because of the high water, the second half of the cave was flooded and prevented exploration.
Seven year old Aaliyah Paulsen looks up at the rock formation in the first room opening in Boulder Choke Cave in Sinks Canyon on Saturday in Lander. The cave was discovered over 20 years ago by park staff after an over flow of water was flowing out of the entrance to the cave.
Erin Castle hugs her son Cooper, 5, who started his first day of Kindergarten at Park Elementary School on Wednesday in Casper. Castle had a tough time leaving Cooper on his first day because, she always knew he was in the building when he attended the Child Development Center for pre-school. Castle is a teacher at the Child Development Center.
Onlookers pull over to the shoulder on Highway 34 near the Squaw Mountain fire on Tuesday afternoon 15 miles west of Wheatland.
Jacobs Crawley, of College Station, Texas, rides Justins Angel into the air during the first go-round of the saddle bronc on Wednesday at the Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Derek Wehrle, of Rock Springs, climbs up a rope to get into position for the 'Bat Hang' during the International Climber's Festival in Lander on July 8, 2011. The festival hosted a number of vendors and clinics to showcase techniques for climbers.
Becky Englert, of Elk Mountain, hugs her wild horse, Balder, before entering the arena for their next event on Friday during the Wyoming State Fair Mustang Days in Douglas.
Karl Brennecke, of Cheyenne, looks under the neck of his wild horse, Blackie, waiting for his turn at the youth free style event during the Wyoming State Fair Mustang Days in Douglas on Friday.
Jill Wright, a ninth grade teacher at Natrona County High School, has her grandson, Tristyn Bunton, pick out some markers for her class, personal social responsibility, on Friday afternoon at Staples in Casper. Wright will be a mobile teacher at NCHS this fall, with construction and the integration of ninth graders to the school, she will have to transport her school supplies to different classrooms during the day.
Shannon Chandler, owner and chef of the Nostalgia Bistro in Dubois, Wyo., stands behind the restored bar where the Rams Horn Hotel was located.
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