We had a hail storm Friday evening. Bad as it was,
A hailstorm and flash flood broke over Cheyenne, Wyoming, during the evening of August 1, 1985. Over a period of about three hours, 6.06 inches of rain fell at the National Weather Service Office, breaking the state record for 24-hour precipitation that had stood since 1927. Of that amount, 3.50 inches fell in one hour
This is the last weekend of CFD [Cheyenne Frontier Days]. rumor has it that yesterday at the free pancake breakfast OVER 10,000 people were served. One report put it at over 12,000 — either way that is a LOT of people to feed in 2 hours. I think we could all learn from their example in mass feeding.
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