Comfort Inn Laramie
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... with us and he didn't bark while Ruby loaded the car. Laramie is the home of the University of Wyoming which is a beautiful campus. Lots of brick buildings. Laramie also has some very pretty churches. Good architecture, some sort of Old World-looking. We saw those last night after dark and didn't get any pics. Our original goal today had been to drive to Lincoln, Nebraska but we changed it to Omaha and then again to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Western Nebraska is somewhat ...
Extreme heat from a massive supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park is melting a major roadway at the popular summertime tourist attraction. Park officials have closed the area to visitors.
... Rocks Lake Road turned out to be a 65 mile gravel road connecting
Idaho and Montana through the centennial valley. The gravel road is only open from May 15
until the snow falls. It is the only road through the Centennial Valley. This valley was one of the last native
American strongholds and was dominated by Shoshone people until the late 1800s
when ranchers and miners began to settle the area. The mines and ranches were mostly ...
After leaving Grand Teton National Park we went back through Jackson Hole (I WILL return here some day to ski!) and stopped to refresh our car groceries with soft drinks, snacks, and milk and vanilla for snow cream. Heading out of town, now, and traveling the Wyoming Scenic Byway, we stopped along the highway where there was clean snow and made snow cream! Yum! I guess you can ...
... the Rocky's was quite different to driving to Pikes Peak, but again the views were spectacular.
The speed limit through the park was about 25 mph and there were plenty of parking areas to stop and take photos, so we virtually stopped at all of them. At one stage, we came across a line up of cars, just stopped in the middle of the road. We realised that the cars were stopping to take a photo of something. It was a buck, just lying there, looking over ...