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... the last campground in Rawlins, WY they had Denver as the network stations. Now that we are in Cheyenne and 100 miles from Denver they have LA. Really?? Then we want to watch a show that comes on at 8 ET and it isn't on the cable at 7pm so Terry puts the antenna up to get Denver and the 9 pm ET show is on.
For being the capital it is a low key city but very clean and had the bluest sky. The biggest employer is the AF Base besides the city and state ...
... all looked and agreed that we were watching a tornado descending from the clouds. About then all our cell phones went off announcing a Tornado Warning. The driver took us to the Cowboy Museum parking lot so she could call the her boss for instructions. It was almost like the museum staff was waiting for us. They told us to stop and come inside to their tornado shelter. We did not need to be told twice. (see picture) After the All Clear ...
... peaks 11-12k ft high, we
came upon the Refuge and upper lake campground where we chose a site for the
night. The campsites were on the shore
of the lake which is now a vast shallow wetland There were a few other campers in this
ground, most of which were avid birders so we learned from them and talked
sitings and with one fellow, a teacher from Idaho falls, Stewart talked about
common friends in Alaska as both had worked for ...
... Tyrone with hardly a house left today). At Rocky Ford, H-wy 86 took me straight north to Fort Morgan, where I spent the night. It was another of those drives that I just love: top down, immense nature, hardly a car on the road. Fort Morgan is the boyhood town of Glenn Miller - bet you didn't know that! From Fort Morgan it was a fairly short drive to Cheyenne where I checked in at the Holiday Inn Express. (Andy once said that his ...
... She had to do it twice a day, she informed me.
I stopped at Fort Laramie, had a root beer and a birch beer (both non-alcoholic) in the fort's original soldiers' bar, so I was well equipped for the drive to Cheyenne in 105 F sunshine. In Cheyenne, after several attempts in vain, I managed to find a good campground, reasonably far away from highway noise. I now look forward to experiencing what Cheyenne has to offer the weary traveller. ...
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