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... This year I bought a couple AR magazines from MagPul and Grace bought a new cowboy hat. It was blazing hot on the asphalt of the fair grounds. Occasionally a passing cloud would give us a couple minutes of relief from the sun. We ate dinner at the fair with everyone sampling their own selection of fair food. Buffalo burgers, grilled chicken and veggie wraps, grilled turkey legs, roasted ears of corn, ice cream, kettle corn - all of it way overpriced. We had tickets to the ...
... 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 ...
Today we started out around 9:30. Not long after being on the black ribbon we hit Nebraska, home of the Huskers. It is a state of continuous farmland. Corn field upon cornfield line the highway and city landscapes are left far behind. As we got nearer to Cheyenne we began to see patches of snow. How great is that! After arriving in Cheyenne we had a nice dinner and off to get some ...
... with impossible views of mountains and valleys.
On to Dillon, Colorado near Breckenridge for the night. Best view ever from a motel room, plus another brew pub next door!
... up at the apartment where she and her mother lives. Gina was all smiles and ready to go. I told her that I had not yet had any breakfast and would like a light meal to start with. She suggested that we drive to the 'Luxury Diner' and it was indeed an interesting place. The core of the restaurant was an old train dining wagon.
First stop on our sightseeing program was the Union Pacific Depot. Cheyenne is a railroad town established in ...
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