A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.

Sunday, August 20, 2017


A little research revealed the plague they are referring to is the Bubonic plague, the Black Death.

Hey, I have a little black-footed ferret traveling with me!

At a Sinclair gas station in Cody, Wyoming.  I have never run across these anywhere before.  
What a nice service.  
I have my own glove I use as diesel leaves a lingering smell much more than plain gasoline does.

We are trashing are planet to no end.
The orange peel was surprising to me.

We stopped to see Chimney Rock outside of Bayard, Nebraska.

I didn't remember having been there until I saw these signs which were everywhere.

I also didn't remember a $3 fee which I doubt I would have paid on the previous visit as you cannot get any closer to the feature than the back door of the visitor center.


  1. No Beans area there with a lot of dangers.

  2. Plague, snakes, plastic bottles...why are you there?

  3. Prairie dogs with Bubonic plague, really? Stay away from that area for sure. The chimney rock is quite spectacular, but $3 is a lot when you're not allowed close to see it.


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