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... were shooting animals. Definitely not having any luck in the movie department on this tour.
We made a quick toilet stop while we were on our way to Independence Rock. Now I don't have an issue with stopping for a quick loo break, however waiting in line with 30 other women for 2 gas station toilets gets on your nerves pretty quickly.
On the way to Independence Rock, we also drove past Devil's Gate. This was named after ...
Another week is nearly at an end. Our stay here in Casper has provided a different perspective of our American West.
Usually, wherever we stay, we see a couple of the area's attractions, museums, college campus or historic area of the city. The attraction this week has been the absolute beauty of the land.
... but to be fair, the city of Casper sits at 5150 ft.
Along the long winding road that travels up to the top of the mountain, there is a viewing spot that looks down on the city, but beyond the city, this vantage point gives the viewer the opportunity to appreciate the great expanse and wide open country of the ...
... Intercontinental Ballistic Missile System. We hit the commissary, base exchange, and of course, the Golf Course.
Each place we visited in Cheyenne, was unique and deeply based in the West's heritage and lifestyle. It was evident in the architecture, the landscape and the people of Cheyenne, authentic and timeless.
We were ...
We woke up bright and early (5:30am, not on purpose) to tackle two wonderful National Monuments. The first was Mount Rushmore (South Dakota) We did a little hiking around the Presidents Trail and saw the Presidents from various angles. Then we hit the road to Devils Tower (Wyoming). I wasn't sure what to expect from this monument but I was pleasantly surprised. We ...