The 1967 Reunion was credited to being the greatest of them all. The 3.02 inches of rain which fell during the Reunion (when the region was feeling the pinch of a prolonged drought) did not daunt the efforts of the people of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Country to make this reunion a success. In spite of the rain, 2,023 Old Timers registered to swell the attendance record to a total of 10,000. Every home in Cheyenne extended hospitality to the visitors. One home, by actual count, entertained 140 persons at dinnertime and many other boast of entertainment of great number of Old Timers.