Mad Carpenter Inn
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We left Cheyenne and made our way to Laramie. On the way i enjoyed the beautiful landscapes such as the plains and mountains we passed. The plains were vast and wide full of wild life such as rabbits and coyotes. The mountains were tall and snow capped. We stayed at Laramie KOA RV camp.
... of Cabelas in Sidney. I drove from Sidney to Grand Island. When we got to Ogallala, we were driving along the North Platte River. We followed the river all the way to Hastings where the river turned northeast and we just drove east on to Lincoln and then Omaha. At Kearney we passed under the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument. The freeway goes right underneath it. At Omaha, we crossed the Missouri River into council Bluffs, Iowa where we are staying the night ...
... no matter your lifestyle, having enough free time is always a challenge.
The horses spend the night on the prairie and they only bring them back if somebody is riding. Today, we went again on a ride that for me, was one of the best rides ever because we were all more comfortable on the saddle and the galloping was awesome and long. Elena and Ariana had asked for more ...
... who had participated in the Manhattan project to develop the atomic bomb. At 93, E.G. is still very active and goes to his office at the University of Wyoming every day. We talked for more than two hours covering lots of subjects including local Wyoming politics and projects to promote Wyoming science and industry. (Wyoming has a population of only half a million. Like every other state is has two senators, but only ...
... grade settles back to a more typical "steep" slope). Astonishingly, at least to me (ww is in on this graf), the North Dakota Central also operates a Mallet -- an articulated, 2-6-6-2 - over the same Hill City to Keystone route. They have quite a bit of antique rolling stock, restored or well-maintained pending preservation, at least one more steam loco, and two diesels -- a GP9 used for the first trip each morning (so the crew need not report at 2am to start ...