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... As the trolley arrived the driver invited us to board the trolley while she ran to the ladies room. This was an interesting type of trolley ride. Instead of driving around and talking she would drive a block or two stop and talk about all the buildings and the history around us. As we were driving by the entrance to the Air Force Base one of the passengers on the trolley pointed out the window and said something like: is that a ...
... day, peaking today. Due to the heat and wind, we weren't able to herbicide this afternoon. Instead we went and checked out the visitor center to learn about the events that took place here in the late 1800s. The battle of washita was short lived. A large army of Custer's 7th infantry surprise attacked a small village of Cheyenne Natives Americans. They thought this was a group of warriors, but instead it was a group of mostly women and children, and a few warriors ...
... the Park', as it is called among the locals. I'll let the photos speak for themselves.
(The WiFI at the Restway is overloaded probably because the campground is full due to the Cheyenne Frontier Days. So, once again I've had to resort to McDonald's, where I've just had a Big Breakfast and a large coffee. It's now 8.45 Sunday morning. At 10.30 Gina and I will go to the Cheyenne Stadium to experience the rodeo show.) ...
... many that makes, but this trip has been quite CAPITAL! Hah! We are grabbing a quick pick-me-up and then we'll be on our way to Fort Collins, CO to see our much missed friends Chris and April Lindgren. We may or may not go skiing; we're pretty worn out. However, being in ski country and never having been, really does make me what to try out my ski skills.
Found this rv park late in the day. It is really dry here and no rain recently. You could see the buffalo herd in the valley below and there was a train and track which went around the hills etc. This place has been an entertainment center with horse back riding etc. Close to hwy so over night is all you need here. Left next morning for Clayton, NM.
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