Courtyard By Marriott Casper
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... heading to Kaycee today to get a picture with his statue) Then we headed over to the Depot museum and had some lunch at a brewery nearby. We got wings which were really good but were the biggest wings Jordan and I had ever seen (steroids for sure). From Cheyenne we headed towards Kaycee but since we were going to get there too late to hit the museums we stopped at the closest campsite (a KOA in Bar Nunn) We made hot dogs for dinner and ...
... a time I thought we might need to cancel the rest of the trip).
We decided to go with a familiar hotel chain again so my mother would be a bit more comfortable and opted TWO rooms at the local La Quinta. This also allowed me the opportunity to snore as much as I could without having to worry about keeping anyone else awake.
... t be getting in to the hotel until at least 8pm, and I really didn't want to have to be finding dinner at such an hour by myself.
After lunch we then headed into the state of Wyoming. The tour guide at this point played a movie for us so we didn't get too bored, and today's selection was 'Dances with Wolves.' The movie would have been okay, except for the fact that every time I looked up, there was either someone being killed, ...
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.
... It's absolutely breath-taking. The unencumbered space is spiritual.
On the way up there were several different camping and recreational areas. Very primitive camping, but for mountain bikers, hikers and backpackers, it was paradise. The mountain supports, winter sports as well. After we reached the top of ...