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... Einstein's Bagels and juice. We stopped at a store to get some fresh produce so we can eat meals on the way and then were off hoping to make it to Cheyenne, Wyoming before nightfall. We used to live in Cheyenne. Ted got his first real job there after graduating from college. We also bought our very first house there and so we thought after 30 years we should see the place again. The first part of the drive was déjà ...
... the tour bus and went back to where the tour started. The tour guide/driver told us that she had been driving the tour trolley for over 20 years and this was the first time she had evacuated the trolley because of a tornado. Mary wanted to go to the hotel. We never got to see the Depot Museum or the Big Boy in the park next door or much else of Cheyenne. Somehow I plan on getting back to Cheyenne to see all the stuff I did not get to ...
... 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 ...
... deciding we'd go out for dinner, too. Yesterday was the first day we've had any electrical problems with towing the car - as I found it totally dead when I went out to remove the keys from it after parking yesterday. Turns out that Greg must have not realized that he left the key turned to "on" instead of to "accessories" when he put it back in the car yesterday morning (we take it out ...
... Interstate 80 in somebody's backyard. Wow!
Spent a few hours at the capital building in Cheyenne, which was beautifully decorated with all kinds of art, including a stuffed buffalo, that weighed 3000 lbs and the 3rd largest ever recorded. As with most capitals we've seen, the workmanship and quality of these old historic buildings is a pleasure to see. The stained glass in this building ...
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