A Wrestling Trip To Hanna, Wyoming
As a child back in the 1970's I went to a ribbon cutting ceremony outside of Medicine Bow, Wyoming for a wind tower. Wind energy was going to be the salvation to our Nation. It was a boom time that went bust. 35 years later the trend is a boom once again--trying to capture Wyoming's tremendous winds--yet the same problem remains. How does one preserve the energy and add it to the grid?...and now for the State Legislator..how to tax this form of energy?
Don Quixote has saddle his horse once again to chase after windmills!
Granted, it's not for everyone. But for me I love this wide open, many times harsh country. The farm country of Goshen County, the expanse of the Red Desert and the majesty of the Tetons also make it diverse in it's economy. It has fashioned some of the most sincere, down to earth, problem solving people I know. I can't help to feel truly blessed to have been born and raised in this State!
Coaches Cooper and Romsa at the two day Carbon County Invite hosted by the school at Hanna. The teams had to stay 40 miles down the road in Rawlins as there aren't any accommodations in this small mining town.
Big Mike: the team bus driver and a man in search of a good BBQ!