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Arrived in Denver. Nice flight, plenty of leg room. I had booked a car through hot wire. Got to the rental car office - EZ rental. Found out the car could not be taken out of state. So back to my phone and found a car at Alamo. Got a ride with EZ to Alamo. That was a $500 Bo Bo. We drove 2 hrs to Laramie and the Hampton Inn was very nice. Off to Park ...
... 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 ...
... number of trucks on the road. It was below 0 outside so we were happy to stay in the car. The road is very high up with big snow drift fences on either side of the road which indicates there is lots of snow and wind on the road. There were also icicles on a number of the road signs and the trucks. Finally made it to Laramie and got to our warm and clean Days Inn. Then out to look at the CBD and get some ...
... and only dryer was out of order! Arrrrrgh! We had to laugh.
Dinner this time was at a bar/grill chain called 'Applebee's'. Kate had mac & cheese (2nd time today) just the packet stuff mind you... I had this chicken schnitzel thing and without word of a lie it was the size of the average NZ bread and butter plate - how on earth was I going to eat this thing and more importantly, what sort of chicken has a 'breast' that big???
Anyway, off to bed now.
... cord. It didn't look super serious, but you can never be too careful with a neck injury. "We're transferring him to a neurosurgeon in Des Moines". The medics strapped him into a restraining thingy and wheeled him off to an ambulance. It was the most scared and heartbroken I've ever seen the guy...we felt really bad for him. It was a tough decision, but Leah and I decided to pack up and take the trip anyway...which was ironic because Ansel was the person who got us all to take ...