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... had clearly died. Farms with irrigation systems were actively watering their fields with portable sprinklers that are as long as the fields are wide, some rusty with age and others shiny and new. The water created rainbows when penetrated by the rays of the sun. And their plants were tall and a healthy green.
We saw fields where wheat had grown but had been harvested and all that remained were the short stubs of plants that used to be. ...
... for Sinclair WY and guess what was there....yes a refinery for Sinclair gas. Near Medicine Bow along the ridge there was a two long rows of turbines and this is the place they should with 40 MPH GUSTS they are spinning along with our awning flapping! The hills are green and rolling with livestock or horses in the fields. It makes me wonder where the house is as you never see one. Near Laramie we passed one field with goats, alpacas and sheep. We ...
... impressive - and we then went to see the dinosaurs. You could spend days in this museum. We then drove back up on I-25 in heavy traffic to Cheyenne and had dinner at - the Little Bear Inn! Both of us had a shrimp dinner and some red wine. After dinner Gina went up to the band, introduced herself as a former country singer, and sang Patsy Cline's 'Crazy' (lyrics by Willie Nelson) (see the photos below). A highpoint of the evening and ...
... head out to a newer section of the city, ah, here is where all the people are. We find the restaurant the man recommended. We have a very nice steak dinner. I try their white bean chili, it is very good and just had to order a Huckleberry Margarita. The margarita was also very good, We return to the campsite. The wind has calmed and the climate is perfect for sitting outside to take in the ...
... east. Elk was using google maps to find Naschette Parkway on Grizz’s phone and seemed a bit home sick. Perhaps we are just tired of being with only each other?
The real winner of the day was the Day’s Inn in Cheyenne that has a very nice pool, a phone number for Domino’s on the room key, and milk and cookies at 9 pm in the breakfast room. Boys are finally asleep and the wi-fi is working, so we’ll soon have the blog ...
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