A. Drummond's Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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It's 6:15 am and I feel like I've hardly slept. All I did was toss and turn. I'm so ready to be out of this roach motel. We're definitely in a druggie town. As with any town I try and guess the drug. Portland was her ion and pills. This is meth for sure. The waitress at Denny's looks like she's coming down. Hurts her to even bring a handful of waters let alone the check Finally we've eaten, bikes are clean and it's time to hit the open road. After a bike check its on and we're doing 75 up ...
... it had been terminated. After a few nervous minutes they informed us we could continue onto the base (phew!), and that they wouldn't be returning his card, but Tony could pop to the admin office in the morning to pick up a new CAC card. We were a little skeptical about this as it took a special visit to the Pentagon and mountains of paperwork to get the first card issued, and as you can imagine, given that this is a strategic missile base, he was a ...
... on the road. Josh was driving and I was trying to unpack all of our belongings and that was not such a good idea on the city streets so we waited til we got on the highway and I unpacked all of the bags. I never thought there was it would be enough room but there was. We went to walmart to get all the things that we will need for the trip and food for the next couple of days. We passed by the Rocky Mountains and horses and cattle. By 6 PM, we reached the campground ...
... tribes, Shoshone and Aprapahoe. The beaded items on display were beautiful.
We drove around the capital building then to the Lions Park and Botanical Gardens. They were doing work in the gardens but we walked around then went to the lake where people canoe, kayak, paddleboat and swim. Went to a large antique store then the grocery store and home.
I am so confused with the cable at this campground. We are currently in Central Time ...
... to come in and take care of her mother, so she and I could go to Denver, 1 1/2 hours drive south of Cheyenne. (My Dad as a young man worked in a New York bank during 1929-33 and was very proud that he made it as far west as Denver back then, maybe on a Greyhound bus.) In Denver, Gina and I first went to see the Molly Brown House Museum. Molly Brown (née 1867) was an intrepid woman, knew 5 languages, and travelled the world. She ...
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