BEST WESTERN PLUS Frontier Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The Dickinson family have been great travel partners and have survived a crazy Ammon family sees America road trip. While the original estimate of mileage covered was 1,700 miles, we are now over 2,100 miles and still have another 150 miles to Denver. So this trip breaks many Ammon family records. Most miles in a one week trip, most people on a one week trip, and most hotel reservations canceled on a one week trip. Final update tomorrow. Thanks for following us on our ...
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I didn't stop in these locations this year, most of these pictures are from the last two years.
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... exhibited (I'll post a photo although it didn't turn out too good). Almost next door is the 'Douglas Railroad Interpretive Center'. Without the railroad Douglas would not exist today. They had a fine dining car and a sleeper with the toilet below your bunk! Such was travelling in the 1930s-1950s before the airplane retired transcontinental train travel. There was also an enormous steam locomotive and several other interesting ...
... A lady, who goes by the wonderful name of Marcia Vanlandingham, was enquiring if she could direct me to the most worthwhile places to photograph. Marcia, who is a retired Cattle Breeder, cleared space in her passenger seat, commanded me to hop in her car, and proceeded to whisk me off on a glorious 90 minute tour of her beloved Cheyenne! I had mentioned that people seemed to be more helpful and pleasant as I moved further west, but truly, Marcia ...