Fairfield Inn & Suites Cheyenne
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... s and Jim Clarke did laundry, then headed to Cheyenne and took a very informative carriage/wagon ride around town. The driver had just retired from teaching science at the local high school. Of course, on the way back they had to make a Walmart stop. Had lunch at the campsite and spent the rest of the afternoon reading and ...
... on to Bear Lake. The scenery is beautiful. We later drove to Cheyenne for the night. TV programmes are being interrupted with Severe Weather Alerts for the next couple of days warning of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes so tomorrow could be interesting but watch this ...
Another long drive starts our day. From Rapid City to Cheyenne via way of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. The journey starts with good road and rolling hills of grazing cattle and fields of hay. As we continue the terrain changes several times along the way. At one point we are driving on a ridge with view of valleys one each side. Northwest Nebraska had more hills and trees than we anticipated but it wasn't long before we found the flat land that we expected of Nebraska. We made a ...
... big deal. The tag line is 'the Daddy of 'em all'!
It was fantastic - we had no idea that the world of rodeo was so big in some states, including Wyoming. Cowboy hats and boots were everywhere and it is a huge industry. Lots of people are employed as cowboys, professional rodeo riders, ranch hands, cowgirl display teams and more. As well as the rodeo, there was an indian village and frontier village ...
... 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. ...