Comfort Inn Laramie
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First of all, sorry about the blurry pictures yesterday. I had my camera set wrong!
We're finding Wyoming to be very friendly. Everyone says good morning or hello and smiles as you walk past them. Not like in Toronto, where people look at their feet when you walk by.
After breakfast at the motel we went to see the Big Boy locomotive. Then …
**Playing with words for my own entertainment...
The moisture followed gravity down the golden-turned-dark strands to the very point of her paintbrush-like pigtail. And dripped. Droplet by droplet onto her sun-browned shoulder. She was hunkered down, the bottom of her bathing suit touching her heels and her chest folded over her thighs, as her fingers worked the wet sand. The small, ...
... NE. We had stopped here in 1971 when we made a trip to Yellowstone and thought it would be fun to stop again. We went on to North Platt to see the Union Pacific Challenger 3977 built in 1943 and retired in 1961. With Fred's interest in trains this was a must do.
I am always on the lookout for critters along the road and today the most interesting critters were the wild turkeys wandering the fields. On fellow was ...
... trumpeter swan nesting area left at the time. Trumpeter
swans were successful here and the progeny of swans from red rocks were used to
repopulate this species in many parts of its range. The Refuge remains a vital nesting area for
swans and an amazing array of waterbirds and it lies in this incredible remote
Anyway, after 33 miles of a poor gravel road through this
incredible remote valley surrounded by ...
... we're either tourists or rednecks! Either way, we enjoyed this winter treat.
A long drive lay ahead for us along the Wyoming roadways. There's not a lot to see except more flat, barren land with sagebrush and windmills. I never realized how windy the West is, but you can feel it constantly with the rocking of the car. Todd was intrigued by Wyoming's snow fences that ...