Let’s just say after my encounter wiff a skyscraper in Chicago a few days ago,I wanted to go somewhere where I could stay on the ground! We hitched up our trabel juice and went to Wyoming! I spent some time wiff horses and riding the trails. My horses name was Bob. He was pretty cool and told some good stories. Wimbley spent some time reading in the fields, and Milo bisited Debil’s Tower (just like on the bizness plate), and Milo asked me to tell you dat the landscape surrounding Debils Tower is composed mostly of sedimentary rocks. The oldest rocks bisible in Debils Tower National Monument were laid down in a shallow sea during the Triassic period, 225 to 195 million years ago. This dark red sandstone and maroon siltstone, interbedded with shale, can be seen along the Belle Fourche Riber. Oxidation ob iron minerals causes the redness of the rocks. This rock layer is known as the Spearfish Formation. I don’t know what he means, but he said you would fink it’s interesting.
For dinner we all met up with Bob and his friends and had a campfire and made some s’mores and beams.
Fank you Lori, Keith and Jabob Greem for the Wyoming bizness opportunity!!