People of the Earth Days; a celebration of two New York Times bestselling authors

People of the Earth Days , a four-day celebration held June 23-26 will feature Thermopolis' international bestselling authors W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear. Their fifty+ novels have been translated into 28 different languages; among their many titles are The People of the Earth, The Visitors Evening, The Plain People, and Shadow of God. While the Gears have close to 17 million copies of their books in print, they are best known for their novels on North America's Native peoples and archaeology. Held in Thermopolis, WY, one of the most unique corners of the world, *People of the Earth Days* kicks off with a reception with the Gears at the Days Inn Hot Springs on Thursday, June 23rd, followed by tours of archaeological sites, a history of bison ecology and preservation, explorations of geology and paleontology, and a buffalo feast. *​Friday, June 24th:* ​Tour of the dig site and museum - Dinosaurs walked around Thermopolis between 65 and 145 million years ago during the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Step through the doors of The Wyoming Dinosaur Center and you are transported into a world where rulers of the earth were not men but creatures. ​​*Saturday, June 25th:* Tour of legend rock with the Gears, which is located 30 miles west of Thermopolis. With nearly 300 individual petroglyphs, some thousands of years old, Legend Rock State Archaeology Site is one of the oldest and best examples of Dinwoody rock art in the world. *​​Sunday, June 26th:* Enjoy a Hot Springs Geological Tour with Barb Vetti, including geology, rock formation, with river and mineral water. A discussion of bison ecology and an examination of the exact spot Bad Belly rescued White Ash. View the full schedule here . *<>* Check for updates on their Facebook Page . ​#sponsored #news #county10 #county17 #reboot #dally #springcity #buckrail #oilcity #shortgo #bootstrapped