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With the trip tally at 1840 Kms we departed Des Moines at 7:00 CT in slightly below zero weather again. The Missouri River and the Nebraska border was our first milestone of the day after a two hour trek through the western half of Iowa. Though we wondered if three was too many times to visit Omaha, as we crossed into Nebraska we decided we should at least send a text message to The Tross. Mac obliged with his phone ...
... s altitude of 6062 feet. It was such a long slow rise in the altitude that we didn't even realize we were driving up hill for over two hundred miles. We were so excited to get to Cheyenne, with so much to see and do.
Especially the Cheyenne Frontier Days, touted as the worlds largest outdoor rodeo. It started as a one day rodeo in 1897, and evolved into an event that is nearly two ...
... came out, most of them dragging about 3 grown men on the end of a piece of rope as they were trying to control the horses. One of the men was carrying a saddle and tackle and the idea was that when a gun was fired, the horse would be saddled and one of the team would get on and stay on while the horse ran around a track to the finish line.
So, when the gun fired, most of the horses that weren't already ...
... is a fun place with an imaginative design both inside and out as you can see by the photos. The place is so popular that the tours full at least a year in advance. Nevertheless, Glen suggested we drove over and check for cancellations and onto the tour we went. At the end of the tour, you chose if you wanted to walk down the flight of stairs to the 1st floor or slide down a corkscrew slide. Yep... we took the slide. OMG!!!! What fun. ...
... Crush on the road. A by product of this challenge, was that Deena noted afterward how much effort it required to keep her head from blowing hard, back and forth. She said it was like a constant abdominal workout, forcing her head forward as the wind gusts kept blowing it back. What a way to get a workout!
We once again encountered some light rain, and luckily just missed by about 15 minutes, what we were told was a 30 minute lightning ...
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