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Travel Blogs from Cheyenne
It was a long day of driving through more farmland today. We left Lincoln at 8:00 and 64 degrees. As soon as we got on the road, it was easy to see that we would be back in the corn fields for another day. It appears that this part of the state has been suffering from drought. The medians and the areas by the roadside were yellow from a lack of water, and some fields were straining for life, where the corn stalks were small and yellowish and ...
This is Cheyenne's theme. SATURDAY 6/28-We left early, for us, thinking we could beat the wind...that is not possible in this area as when we got on the interstate showed 35mph winds and further down the road 40mph. Once again we had awning problems like we did in Arizona so I had to listen to it bang and thump against the motorhome when a gust of wind would come the right way...very nerve wracking. A few miles after leaving Rawlins we came to ...
... trumpeter swan nesting area left at the time. Trumpeter
swans were successful here and the progeny of swans from red rocks were used to
repopulate this species in many parts of its range. The Refuge remains a vital nesting area for
swans and an amazing array of waterbirds and it lies in this incredible remote
Anyway, after 33 miles of a poor gravel road through this
incredible remote valley surrounded by ...
... the Titanic on her fateful 1912 sailing to New York. While the ship was sinking, she started organizing people's departure in the rescue boats, until two determined sailors put her aboard one. She survived the ordeal and lived the rest of her life in this charming Victorian house in Denver. Afterwards Gina and I went to visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The Planetarium featured a movie on black holes which we ...
... are now closed to the public. Old town hardly has any people at this time. While downtown we see a man painting a sign to one of the establishments. Manuel stops to talk to him mainly to ask him where would be a good place to find a good steak. The man is very funny and gives us directions to a good steakhouse. He also gives us tips of where we might want to stop when heading out of ...
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