Tag Archives: Wyoming

Six Can’t-Miss State Parks for Spring, Summer, and Fall

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There are over 10 thousand state parks in the United States spanning a total of more than 18 million acres across the country, taking up the equivalent land area of—roughly—the state of South Carolina. That’s quite a lot of territory to cover from coast to coast, so we’ve picked five of the best in the […]

Testimonial: Suspected Cardiac Event Requires Life Flight from Yellowstone

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Richard & Judy Haphey  Pequot Lakes, Minnesota During the summer of 2014 we were working at Bridge Bay Campground in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. In early August, after two days of having a stomach ache, I began vomiting in the middle of the night. My wife was very concerned and consulted a retired nurse in the […]

Testimonial: Global ETS Member Evacuated After Accident in Belize

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 Maron & Charlotte Davis  Laramie, Wyoming  After many years of wanting to go to Belize, Global ETS members Charlotte and Maron Davis finally decided to vacation there. During their stay they signed up for a tour to travel up the Jungle River to see the Mayan ruins. Along the way Charlotte slipped and fell on […]

Testimonial: Member Becomes Critically Ill & Needs Immediate Surgery

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Joe and Betty Ryals – Orange Park, Florida Joe and Betty Ryals, from Orange Park, Florida, were in Buffalo, Wyoming en route to Gillette, Wyoming to attend the 2012 Holiday Rambler International Rally when Joe got sick and was in a lot of pain. They took him to the emergency room and found out he had […]