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... since we've yet to hear a Tross reply, we wonder if that number was a fake? Nebraska is roughly 500 miles across and the vistas are relatively unchanging. Farm after farm and then more farms and very flat. Black Angus cows are also a common sight. As usual, we stopped only at rest areas and gas stations ($25 to fill our tank - Yahoo). At a gas station in North Platte we looked at some interesting souvenirs but opted to ...
... There's a parade, big name concerts, chuck wagon cook offs, carnival, an Indian Village, and performances by the Air Force's Thunderbirds. At the center of all the pageantry, exhibits and music is the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association "Grand Daddy of 'em All" Rodeo.
Well, we should have known the Cheyenne Frontier Days were held in July, but...we didn't. We thought it was an on ...
... were spooked by the loud noise and the next few minutes saw horses in all directions. After a while the ground was littered with cowboy hats and horses that had escaped their cowboys. About 5 horses eventually had saddles on them and 3 cowboys managed to get around the track still on a horse, although one horse turned back just before the line and started going the other way. Hilarious!
The rodeos were great ...
... br> While at Warren AFB FamCamp (military campground) the camp host held a Retiree Appreciation Potluck. They provided hot dogs, hamburgers, all the condiments, drinks and they even decorated the inside of the park pavilion and tables. Glen and I brought a dish to share and walked on over. Sadly, we were the only 2 from the entire park that came. There were 4 staff there so we got to sit and get to know each other.
One thing that ...
... storm. As they say, timing is everything!
After checking in at the Holiday Inn here in Cheyenne, we enjoyed a salad and discovered (Much to Deena's excitement!) that only one block away was the largest, best, Country Western saloon in Cheyenne, called "The Outlaw."
And, just like the Country music club we had enjoyed the night before, this place also had a live band playing. We went, and when walking in we're taken back by how ...
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