Fairfield Inn & Suites Cheyenne
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- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... show us around Cheyanne. We went to Walmart, a Hispanic festival in town, and got to see the town hall and some museums (though just from the outside cause they were closed) *Don't worry yall Jordan brought his gun just incase something happened but he was just a good old country boy who told us a lot about the history of Cheyenne. Tonight we are finally getting to camp and in our new tent. It was a great day in ...
... with a few pine trees just east of Cheyenne that is aptly named "Pine Bluff". Arriving into Cheyenne we see an oil refinery and lots of train tracks. The Wyoming state capital also stands out among the downtown buildings with its gold dome. We arrive at our hotel to check in before we head to the famous Cheyenne Frontier Days fair and rodeo. The hotel is sold out and house keeping is moving slow. We had to wait a few minutes for our room to be finished being cleaned. Just a ...
... either threw nuggets into their mouths, or for 'Gene Simmons' (names after Gene Simmons from Kiss apparently) put the nugget on his tongue. Everyone was successful with this, and the little bisons were also very cute.
While the others were finishing lunch, Astrid and I headed out on a walking horse-ride in the gently rolling Wyoming hills. Her horse was hungry so kept stopping to eat long grass and bushes and then trotting to catch up and as I ...
... worship of God looks like in Heaven.
You know you are in the west when the majority of Men in the Church are wearing Cowboy Boots and western style belts. (Some of the ladies also had their boots on...)
We spent the afternoon playing cards and relaxing with the family.
Tomorrow morning we will head south down into Colorado.
... of coal. Big surface mines may load two or three Unit Trains of coal a day. One Unit Train can keep a city of 3,000 households in electricity for a year. About 85 trains leave Wyoming every day.
Enough with the numbers, let’s look at a little history. Ironically, coal was first mined as fuel for the trains. Specifically, the coal-fired steam engines of the Union Pacific Transcontinental Railroad. Some of the first mines were ...