Laramie Days Inn
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We left Cheyenne and made our way to Laramie. On the way i enjoyed the beautiful landscapes such as the plains and mountains we passed. The plains were vast and wide full of wild life such as rabbits and coyotes. The mountains were tall and snow capped. We stayed at Laramie KOA RV camp.
... 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 ...
... si hi ha sort. Però es clar, avui ja fa una mica més de vent i és més difícil de tirar. Hem fet una bona caminada amb cérvols inclosos i la veritat és que anaven picant. Però la que ha tingut més sort avui és l'Ariana que n'ha pescat dues. Molt bé Ariana!!!
Al vespre, després d’una sessió de jacuzzi a l’aire lliure tots quatre, de posar 4 rentadores per desfer-nos de ...
... number which I called. Pennie and Gary were travelling from western Wyoming and would be home in three-four hours. They kindly invited me to stay at their house for the night. I arrived at 6 pm just as they came in. We had a delicious antelope meat appetizer and a cocktail and then walked to a restaurant for dinner. Afterwards we strolled about town. Pennie and Gary pointed out some of the interesting local sights. When we ...
... is very nicey-nicey, but probably unneccessary. In fact, ww thinks the additions speak more of 'tourist trap' than of honoring those portrayed... and notes that they're so sited as to block the view of the sculpture. Faagh!
Next we drove to Hill City to ride the steam train there. The adjacent SD railway museum is very interesting with quite a range of hardware and a lot of well-researched interpretive material. The train was a treat. The steam locomotive ...