Days Inn Cheyenne
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Woke up to different weather again. Today it is quite cool (54F), cloudy and very windy. We decided to take 16 south and travel through Custer State Park and the Needles Hwy again, since we’re sort of going that way anyway. Dan set up the GoPro camera on the roof of the car so we could film the drive. Also, I forgot to mention yesterday that Sylvan Lake was at about 6400 feet above sea level. You could feel the effects of the ...
... sidewalks were overgrown with dead grass, not mowed for way too long. The homes were a mixture of old brick structures and small wooden bungalows, all tightly packed together. Some of the houses could not have been more than 500 sq. ft. And in the center of this unkempt neighborhood was a park, pristine, with well manicured lawns and mature shade trees and…no one there. No one. Moving on, we saw old businesses with signs right out of the ...
... s the difference between a buffalo and a bison? A: You can't wash your hands in a buffalo) was mentioned several times. The ranch also breeds camels, with their original stock coming from New Mexico. There are also some ostriches and a few llamas. I don't know why. The ranch has been in operation since the late 1880s and was regularly visited by President Roosevelt.
The bison feeding was great, with the bison coming right to the train and ...
... the camera to see what was taking place. I noticed Allie walking toward the bear but could not see what was going on because she was around the corner. I told her she needed to turn around. She looked at me inquisitively "Why". Luckily after asking here to turn around again she did as the bear was coming right to where she had stopped and turned around. She turned, I said hurry, she ran, I said don't ...
... be hanged". They included the family and set up a mock hanging with it all culminating into making me swagger like John Wayne (sure...pick on the yankee). In the end they were gracious enough to give me a cowboy hat and my wife a fake yellow rose complete with dew drops.
The next day included a long trip home from Cheyenne to Denver then a 3 1/2 hr trip to Boston. We had a great time, but are glad to be home.