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... Western Art Museum and the Draper Natural History Museum. Following are some of the ...
Welcome to Wyoming is so much more than a sign. The visitor centre ought to be called a Museum for its complete with dinosaur displays, pioneer & historical stations and of course, the quintessential Wyoming......Cowboys & Indians. (and no, it's not a word to be avoided; it's used everywhere by everyone!) Cheyenne is stop #1. A fifth floor room at the Downtown Historic Plains Hotel where we jam half of our totes into ...
... trail called "the Bozeman trail". They were there to protect immigrants and gold miners and everyone else from the Sioux (mostly) Indians who had taken exception to all these people traipsing all over their land.
At Fort Phil Kearny, there was an infantry Captain named WIlliam Fetterman. He was bold and arrogant, and hungry to get out and kill Indians. His commander Colonel Henry Carrington was less bold and arrogant, and ...
We departed Oacoma at 8 AM.
Still windy but we are able to make some good time. It is
rather interesting when you are in a 2 lane highway with big rigs coming at you
from the other direction at full speed! Get ready for the big "whoosh"!
We gave in to the signs that have been all along the highway
for the last 200+ ...
... the Hole in the Wall Gang, Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill, Tom Horn, Teddy Roosevelt, President Herbert Hover and Ernest Hemingway.
We took time to take a short 3 mile hike along the Clear Creek Trail. The beautiful Big Horn Mountain range could be seen as we strolled along the creek on winding trails. A beautiful way to end our stay.
Next stop ... Rapid City, South Dakota