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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... there isn’t much traffic and we’re making good time. As we approaced Fort Laramie, heading south on Hwy 18, we saw the sky change so much. So I decided to take a lot of sky shots. It is such open country here, the sky is really interesting. We saw blue sky, high clouds, brewing rain, and rain falling ahead of us. We visited Fort Laramie and took some pictures of the old buildings. Unfortunately, the visitor center ...
... com thought to mention this obvious fact. And the first time Steve took Beamer for a walk, a train came by and hooted its whistle, and Beamer almost jumped out of his skin. Poor guy. Oh, well. It is just for one night. Tomorrow we head for Cody, Wyoming, up near Yellowstone National Park.
BTW, I was not on the job today. I failed to take photos along the way. But I have some of the city and they are posted here. I will do better tomorrow, I ...
... her, we also had to stop and then trot to catch up too. Neither Astrid or I had any kind of command over our horses but luckily they knew what they were doing. Our guide was Casey, new to the ranch from a previous job breaking in wild horses and part-time rodeo rider. We returned just as a thunderstorm was starting and quickly headed home with thunder and lightning crashing all around us.
So, another American experience chalked up and a lovely day out.
Had nice trip on Happy Jack Rd between Cheyenne & Laramie.
Visited grounds of Wyoming Territorial Prison State - Laramie, WY
Cheyenne Union Pacific Station-nice building.
Visited old Governor's Mansion.
Visited State ...
Linda Burton posting from Cheyenne, Wyoming – Mile-long coal trains followed me into Cheyenne yesterday, a sight to see. I'm back to mountains now, the Laramies. Natures foothills were the dark green backdrop for the distant man-made slivers moving south across my westward view. Blue sky and silver trains; I stopped counting at twelve. The tracks merged closer to the freeway as I neared the city; they converged across the street from my ...