Nagle Warren Mansion Bed and Breakfast
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Never tire of the scenery on this road trip. We drove back up over Rabbit Ears Pass with high alpine streams, pines and meadows. Turned onto highway 14 for more green vistas with cattle and ponds. Silver sage hills. Lots of ranches. Detoured to see Lake Cowdry. Beautiful with pelicans and fishermen with a mountain backdrop. Arrived in Laramie for …
... roughing it' is to stay at the Holiday Inn, I always laught when I think of that remark.) My Cheyenne friend, Gina, had recommended the Little Bear Inn for dinner. I had a delicious steak and shrimp dinner there.
Gina is very conscientiously taking care of her 88-year old mother, who lives at her apartment, while they search for a health care facility, so she couldn't join me for dinner. But the next day she had arranged for ...
... Rockies and runs up the western part of the state. It is a beautiful drive from SW of Lander up through Dubois to Grand Teton National Park. It is the home of Bob Lee Swagger for those who follow "The Shooter".
Moving east is the area through which the Oregon, Bridger and Mormon trails run and, near the eastern end is a series of N-S forts from the 1860's-70’s: Forts Reno, McKinney, Phil Kearney, Fetterman and Caspar. At the south end is the most ...
... 100 miles away. Coming into Cheyenne, we could see the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, since they are only about 50 miles away. All day long we were saying, "Look, Look!". Just incredible.
Pulled into Cheyenne about 3pm. There is an Outback Steakhouse just down the street. Bill was just saying today that he'd like to eat a steak. As has happened so often on this trip, things just seem to work out. Sometimes I think we have someone watching over us.......
... to coal and oil, from wooly mammoth to buffalo, and the interesting geology of this state - this was a fascinating journey through time in Wyoming.
And John Campbell, one of the earlier governors, signed into law in 1869, 50 years earlier than the nation did, the right for women to vote. He was offered a bribe to repeal it, but he refused - and the vote to override his veto lost by one ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNagle Warren Mansion Bed and Breakfast Cheyenne
Excellent yesteryear mansion. Very good host. Lovely elegant style with wooden panelling and beautiful staircase. Large comfortable lounge.
Bedrooms furnished in old style with everything in the room you could need. Good small bathroom.
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