Laramie Days Inn
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- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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We got up at 5 a.m. this morning and went out looking at wildlife (again). We were not disappointed. We heard several elk bugling and saw several herds of them again. We got to see another moose (and I got a better pictures this time). We even got to see a black bear (see if you can ...
... mountains! NOOO! I've never seen a moose, and I had said that I had wanted to see them! Curse my postcard collection, as it drew me away from the moose!
We left there and then made a quick stop at Jenny Lake, which had a pretty view of the mountains. We took a few pictures and then got back on the road. While still driving through the park, we saw another large woodland creature. Memere called it out as a moose, we all turned to see it, then there ...
... us to the middle of the downtown which had the Capitol building and not much else. We drove around a bit and couldn't seem to find the shopping area. I suspect the shopping has all moved out to malls on the outskirts and the town centre has been left a little derelict. We had lunch in the old railway which was a traditional grill that served sandwiches, burgers and pizzas. Another large lunch so it will be a ...
... br> On Sunday morning, after a hearty breakfast, we go to the stable and start our ride with Brent (our Wrangler), Outlaw ( John ), Two - Bars ( Ariana ) , Blacky ( Elena ) and Lucky ( Elisa ), our Quarter horses. They are not the type that line up but you really need to stir, which makes it more exciting. We cross a couple of streams and step on snow that has not melted yet. We see two Bald Eagles that live on ...
... 2 hours until the freeway opened again. Then just 5 short miles on the freeway again, the traffic stopped again and for the next 10 miles we traveled at a whopping speed of about 3 mph. I attempted to take a picture of this long snaking row of semi trucks for as far as one could see. (It appeared this last slow down was nothing more than people slowing down to watch huge tow trucks pulling ...