Mad Carpenter Inn
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... and people watching. We are having a lot of fun but we miss East Beach! The food finally came and we had pizza and hamburgers. We stayed at KOA campground in our TunoFun. We are headed to Jackson Hole Wyoming which is a 7 hour drive!!! Another big day for Bruce but he can do it. Enjoy your day!! See you all in 12 days!
... Pacific Railroad which ran close by, the Ames Monument which was dedicated to Oakes and Oliver Ames who helped with the building of the Union Pacific Railroad, and finally a Monument to Lincoln at rest stop. The Lincoln head originally sat at the highest point on the Lincoln Highway in Wyoming until I-80 was completed and it was moved to a bigger audience.
Tomorrow we hope to travel to Salt Lake City and make a visit to Temple ...
... what he told us: Once they kill the elk, they cut it in quarters on the spot and carry the pieces on the horse to the car. This is the real Wild West. Brent himself killed the elk whose head is in their dining room. Huge. Also, since he is a “roping” expert, he has taught us how to throw the ropes but, as everything, we need a lot of practice.
The Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) is an annual event which this year takes place from July 19 until July 28. More than 500,000 people come to attend this great western show which is all about cowboys, horses, bulls and steers. The cowboys compete in various disciplines: bareback riding, steer roping, tie-down roping, saddle bronc riding, team roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, bull riding, rookie ...
Arrived in Laramie, Wyoming. It is a much smaller city than I thought it would be. We got ourselves situated at the KOA campsite. It is still early enough that we rested a little then drove to the downtown area to check it out. It is late Sunday afternoon, the downtown area is almost empty of people. I am surprised as they are supposed to be holding their annual "Jubilee Days". What we found out is that there was a rodeo in the morning and as it gets ...