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It was pretty cloudy and cool driving through Wyoming, a nice break after all the hot weather. We stopped at the Cheyenne Depot Museum in Cheyenne, looked around for a while, and had lunch before heading toward home. Dan liked seeing the trains, and I thought it was pretty cool they had a Little Free Library there. We stayed in North Platte Sunday night, and drove through a terrible storm about 45 ...
... west of here due to bad conditions. (Also see photo of overturned trailer). We altered our plan to leave only a three hour drive through the mountains tomorrow to Steamboat which is a good thing, since we may have to either wait out the storm, or change our route there. This is all good - since we are here to ski! Tomorrow: Steamboat Springs or bust! P.S. Had dinner at Wyoming's Rib and Chop Shop. While in beef ...
... the highway, sometimes crossing over us, sometimes below. But constantly there, and they soon become a friend in our travels. And just about the same time, rather predictably, the number of semi's on the road dropped dramatically. Where there were often more trucks than cars, now the trucks were few, and oh how much better the view became without these constant obstructions beside us.
It was clear that the agricultural industry is alive ...
... 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 ...
We made it to cowboy country and got to see a little bit of the town, including a stop at a big Wrangler store where we all tried on some cowboy boots, best selection I have ever seen! Driving along the I-80 we came to the highest highway point between San Francisco and New York, the Lincoln Highway, 8640 feet. Cool statue and info at the rest ...
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