Fairfield Inn & Suites Cheyenne
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- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in Nebraska, and so is the cattle industry. And with the ranches come hay fields, some with full growth, some being cut and baled, and some harvested and waiting for another full growth to complete another cycle. Many fields contained large round bales drying in the sun and a few even had the rectangular bales, more easily maneuvered by hand.
Then we saw something we had not yet seen on this trip, something I was not expecting. We ...
... of bear activitiy. When we arrived we noticed a bear coming off the hill side toward the area we were touring. Some people did not even realize he was coming our was. Once they did "bless their heart" they stood within about 20' of the bear. Luckily The group of french cuisine was between the bear and Dale. The bear was not hungry for french cuisine so he passed them by and came down to the boardwalk trail. ...
... were looming in the background. We made our first stop at T.C. Berry's ranch. No one was at home, maybe they were in church and afterwards attended a family gathering, so we walked about the yard and had a look at the old barn dating back a hundred years or more. In this part of the country they don't have farms or farmers - they have ranches and ranchers. So I learned a little about raising cattle. The young cattle males ...
... as we did on the way to California, but that's okay. We drove through Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, Reno, Salt Lake City, and even the big city of Elko. We've made some stops for food and lodging, but we've basically just been driving through to get to our next destination, which is new for this trip. 4 states in 2 days is an awfully lot of driving. It was a good time for me to ...
... arranged lunch stop today is the Outpost Truck stop in Lusk, which is a VERY small place who coped really well with a sudden influx of 30 people at 5 minutes notice! We drive on through ever darker clouds to Cheyenne, where the storm breaks, and we find out next morning a tornado hot the area we drove through only an hour faster we passed through! Holiday Inn tonight, another stop on the outskirts of town so all we see is the hotel ...