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WY. Eagle sighting
Fri Jul 12, 2013 8:46 pm


We left Cody, WY this afternoon after seeing our granddaughter of on her flight bck to Atlanta, GA. We then headed Southish toward Thermopolis. Just on the north side of the 5 mile Construction area we saw a beige Eagle parked in a field with some construction eqpt. No time to get camera out or anything. Does anyone know who might be working up there.
They sure so road work odd here. The road is removed to the dirt base and we drive on that and a water truck keeps it wet so it keep the compaction I guess.
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Re: WY. Eagle sighting
Fri Jul 12, 2013 8:54 pm


Lucky people! Just think, you are still in the Wyoming area and get a chance to stop for road construction. You probably didn't have a lot to do demanding you arrive in Thermop by the clock. Wish I were there with the two of you.

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Re: WY. Eagle sighting
Sat Jul 13, 2013 8:31 am


wish you were here also. we did stop at McDonalds for a pop and meet some folks from Wichita. Did not go to the hot springs this time but we did with some grands in June on the way to Cody.
Are you planning on coming to Wichita for the rally?
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Re: WY. Eagle sighting
Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:02 am


We have children/grandchildren that recently moved to Boise, ID. August is for a grandbaby fix.
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