BEST WESTERN Laramie Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... eastern Wyoming. About 100 miles east of the border with Wyoming, the freeway dips south a little almost to the Colorado line. There's a pull-off there to get out and see a beautiful panoramic view. And it is beautiful. You can see for what I imagine to be miles and miles in a 180-degree arc. You're standing on top of a bluff and in front of you is just wide open prairie. Ruby drove the first leg of today's journey. Once we entered Nebraska we passed the ...
... through the centennnial
valley of mostly blm lands. The road is long, rutted and dusty and surrounded by
cattle grazing on dry hills. The road
apparently warrants an I 15 insterstate interchange in Idaho near
Spencer ID, where we headed south on I 15 to Camas National
Wildlife Refuge, about 50 miles south for a visit along our way south to Idaho falls where we hoped to
find a powered campground with showers.
... 50 miles west of Cheyenne on I-80, a
minimal distance in Wyoming terms but across a windswept plains and a nearly
9,000 foot pass. Located in the Laramie Valley between the Snowy Range and the
Laramie Range, the city is a great place for those who love outdoor recreation
and has even recently made it onto some lists of best places to retire (if you
like it cold, that is).
I went to Laramie several times when I lived ...
... 1 - the proprietor of this shop - no joke) Trading Post. Greg should have known better for he was cut down when the mother-animal was already in full shopping stride.
In the final picture of this entry, you can see the unrepentant joy on the face of this wild beast and the carnage under foot.
Revival of Gregory is still in process...
... in the first place. I wasn't excited about being in the car for 27 hours, but I figured I had missed out on enough National competitions. Iowa and Nebraska were dull as usual, but the sun came up behind us as we hit the rockies and it was an absolutely awesome drive through Colorado, Utah, and Arizona. We made it to Las Vegas by nightfall and took a drive down the strip...Saturday night on the strip no less. Gas was expensive in Nevada, $3.59/gallon was the highest we paid, ...