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The two RV Gypsies enjoyed a Western adventure at the Bar T 5 Covered Wagon Cookout in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

September 22, 2012

Lindsay greeted the two RV Gypsies with a big smile and true western hospitality.

Lindsay greets the two RV Gypsies

The covered wagons and the horses - not quite ready to go yet.

The covered wagons and the horses
The covered wagons and the horses

The team horses - John and Jim - The first covered wagon getting ready to lead the pack.

The team horses
ready to go

The two RV Gypsies travelled by horse-drawn covered-wagons from the Town of Jackson into beautiful Cache Creek Canyon.

The first covered wagon getting ready to lead the pack

From the comfort of the covered wagon, Lee noticed riders galloping alongside the wagon.

Lee notices riders galloping alongside the wagon

The western dude decided to converse with the passengers on the moving covered wagon while Lee got acquainted with the cowboy's horse.

The western dude decides to converse with the passengers
Lee gets acquainted with his horse

Suddenly, Karen noticed an Indian in the woods. Then the Indians attacked the covered wagon as they whooped and hollered, but Lindsay and the other team handlers prevailed, and kept the two RV Gypsies and the other passengers safe.

indian
the Indians whoop and holler
Indian

Below: A quick glance at Cache Creek and the wagons continued on their journey.

Cache Creek
the wagons continue on their journey

The covered wagons formed a safety circle and the two RV Gypsies and the other riders took a dinner break.

The covered wagons form a safety circle

The two RV Gypsies exited the covered wagon and prepared for a savory meal on the trail.

The two RV Gypsies on the covered wagon
Lee Duquette exits the covered wagon

As the two RV Gypsies hurried to join the other hungry travelers, their sharp-eyes noticed the Indians lurking in the distance.

the Indians lurking in the distance
the Indians lurking in the distance

Lee Duquette was safely tucked-in at the dinner table, waiting for the dinner bell to ring and dinner to be announced. The chow line had plenty of BBQ Chicken, savory Roast Beef in gravy, baked beans, rolls, salad, corn-on-the-cob and of course coffee, hot chocolate, lemonade, and more. Everything was quite delicious, and it was all-you-can-eat buffet style.

Lee Duquette waiting for dinner
the chow hall

A friendly mountain man named Buckskin, helped protect everyone from trouble by battling with the Indians. Then he entertained everyone with some comedy.

A friendly mountain man, Buckskin
A friendly mountain man, Buckskin

Once the Indians were under control, the two RV Gypsies and the other guests settled down for some wonderful, fun, old-fashioned country entertainment by the Bar T 5 Band, followed by a peaceful wagon ride out of the canyon in the cool evening breeze, while wrapped in warm blankets. Thanks Lindsay and everyone for a wonderful evening.

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the next adventrure of the two rV gypssiesPlease go back to the Wyoming menu to Grand Tetons National Park more adventures in Jackson Hole, or travel forward to Yellowstone National Park and more.