Best Western Pioneer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 15 minutes the awesome orange sight of Frankle appeared over the hill. We sat caught up over some refreshing drinks then headed off towards Lusk, our stop for the night. The roads were long, very long, flat very flat, oh yes & very Hot. We stopped at the Emporium Bar in the middle of no where for a nice cold coke. The people who ran the bar were great & gave us some good ideas of where to go. We headed off again to complete the last 70 miles of long straight roads to ...
Triangle 4 Cafe. Decent food. Typical western flare. Tried Rocky Mountain Oysters for the first time. Can't compare them to anything; not terrible, just different.
My mother is still very uncomfortable. She finally ended up taking her helmet ...
We left Cheyenne around 8:30 am. Terry Bison Ranch is only a few miles away from Colorado so we hoped back on to Hwy 25 S. As we were driving we noticed more crops growing on the vast farmlands - wheat and corn, etc. Coal trains chugged along the parallel tracks - a frequent sight in Wyoming. Denver was quite smoggy as we approached and even the mountains were barely in view - a typical city with high rises. But ...
... the mama buffalo with their cute little calfs, and the single yearling buffalo, one after another. Then at the end was the majestic master of the herd, the huge and mighty bull. Wow, was all we could say. It was Fantastic!
But wait, there was more. Just a turn down the road was another herd right along the road, we were blessed, and grateful. But wait, there was more. Groups of Antelope, some with horns and ...
... visit with our grandson Eric at the school. He is doing quite well and seems to be liking his new surroundings. He showed us the garden they are growing, the horses, pigs and bunnies that they have for 4-H projects and managed to find some frogs and toads to share, also. When we left he was joining his group for swimming in the pool. It is always hard to say good-bye and I was a bit sad ...