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Yesterday we started the day off by cooking up breakfast on our cast iron and then hopped on a train that rode around the bison ranch we were staying at. We were able to feed and pet the bison. Jordan was loving it. From there we drove into Cheyenne and visited the Old West Museum where we got free entrance because we told the lady we had just graduated. There's an awesome statue of Lane Frost riding a bull and a tribute to Chris ...
We continued up SR 13, to I-80 in Rawlins and then took SR 287 to Casper WY. It was a long, hard day riding across the northern Colorado and Wyoming plains. Crosswinds were terrible for most of the ride and the temperatures were in the 90's. My mother was in considerable pain due to her spinal stenosis being agitated by the high ...
... earlier though, so I was pretty excited.
We made a stop at a hotel in Salt Lake City to pick up more passengers, and this is where Jess departed the tour and went to go and see her family in Park City. Those of us still on the tour bus then went to grab some lunch before heading back on the road. I went and grabbed a sandwich from Subway, and deciding to be super resourceful, bought some extra for dinner. The tour guide said ...
... has had a blast chasing his ball on the AstroTurf by the playground.
An easy five minute walk down a path at the edge of the park takes you to the North Platte River where you can fish your heart's content.
We have one more day here, then off to Cody, out gateway to Yellowstone!
Bye for now. Stay well.
... 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 ...