Travel Blogs from Laramie
Arrived in Denver. Nice flight, plenty of leg room. I had booked a car through hot wire. Got to the rental car office - EZ rental. Found out the car could not be taken out of state. So back to my phone and found a car at Alamo. Got a ride with EZ to Alamo. That was a $500 Bo Bo. We drove 2 hrs to Laramie and the Hampton Inn was very nice. Off to Park ...
... about some of the Refuge issues.
During the early afternoon, we drove to the lower lake
campground on the Refuge. This was
incredible! In the middle of the valley,
adjacent to the lake and surrounded by vast white capped peaks! Swans, ibises, and all sorts of waterfowl
. The sounds and sites were
amazing. And the weather was wonderful,
in the 70s, sunny, breezes and 30s at night.
Love the camper heater! We ...
We woke up to a lovely coating of snow but the sky was clear which looked promising. We left Boulder at 9 and the car temperature gauge in the car was saying 33F which is 1C. Needless to say we had many layers on and all our trekking gear on. First stop was an outlet shopping area north of Boulder, good for shoes and jeans but not much else. We crossed the state line and stopped in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Tom ...
... 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 ...
... He was on Darryl’s side of the car, so he got a couple of photos. From here, we could see another line up of cars, it was another buck and he was on my side, so got a couple of shots.
It was hard not to take photos, as everywhere you looked, there was an amazing view. Again, the photos will not do this place justice, as it is a place that you have to experience yourself.
We made our way out of the Rocky Mountains National Park and ...