Magazine article Sunset

Open House

Magazine article Sunset

Open House

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SUNDAY ON-LINE WITH SUNSET

Wow, what a positive addition to Sunset! Settled down with my Sunday coffee and the June issue and found the From the Editor column mentioning your expanded website. Wheeled my trusty chair over to my laptop and was stunned with what came to the screen. Now, two hours later, I have perused the recipes and food articles and looked a bit at the travel. And to think my wife doesn't even know about this yet. Look out, gardening!

Tim J. Davison

YAKIMA, WASHINGTON

Editor's note: To visit our upgraded website, follow the instructions on page 8.

REFLECTIONS ON WYOMING

We had to tell you how much we enjoyed "True West" (June, page 86). As we are Wyoming natives, it was like going home. Especially interesting was the photo of the brand board at the Medicine Bow Museum (shown above). We recognized the brands and names of family members and many friends. Thank you for a wonderful trip into our memories.

Bob and Barbara Seaton

WICKENBURG, ARIZONA

"True West" was a magnificently written article. I thoroughly enjoyed the journey from Cheyenne to Cody with Peter Fish and his wife. I was one of those baby boomers who made the thrilling family trip to Jackson Hole, Yellowstone, and the Grand Tetons. Now, as a parent of three adventurous boys, I want to give them the opportunity to share the same experiences. We want to go the camping route, as did I as a child. Could you steer us in the right direction?

Holly Runsten

KENT, WASHINGTON

Editor's note: Contact the Wyoming Division of Tourism at (307) 777-7777 or www.state, wy. us/state/tourism/tourism. html. This website has links to campgrounds around the state.

Cody's Buffalo Bill Historical Center is worth a two-day visit to see it thoroughly. Among the attractions are works by the two greatest Western artistsCharles M. Russell and Frederic Remington.

Paul L. Howe

EVERETT, WASHINGTON

Re: The picture captioned "Skilled roping and riding nabs a bull at Cheyenne Frontier Days" (page 88). …

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