Fairfield Inn & Suites Cheyenne
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... trucks are out in hugh numbers today. And the snow fences only tell me that this area gets more than there share of snow. When you see signs that tell you to "Exit I-80 when flashing", that's not good. We again cross the Continental Divide at 7,000 ft.
Just beyond Laramie, we start heading up to the highest point on I-80. Now Al will not believe this but we did pass a truck with its flashes ...
... featuring Clay Walker and Lady Antebellum. We waited in line for the gates to open for the grandstands with some 16,000 other people. It was good people watching. Many people dressed for the concert in clothes they apparently washed on hot when they should have washed them on cold. Clay Walker did a great job singing many of his number one country hits as well as a couple of new songs from his upcoming album. After a thirty minute intermission to reset the stage, ...
... character. Just west of Kaycee is the famous “Hole in the Wall” of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Cheyenne is in the very SE corner of the state, about a hundred miles north of Denver. While Cody is “The Home of the Rodeo”, Cheyenne is the home of the world-famous Cheyenne Frontier Days. I haven’t gone in recent years, but the summer of 1963 I again worked for Morris-Knudsen Construction Company, that year putting ...
... br> Actually, driving on the interstate in this part of the country with limited traffic volumes is not too bad. But I soon got off I-25 and headed west towards Lusk. A thundershower was looming around Manville and I drove right through it. Heading south along county 270 I suddenly saw a sign 'Guernsey State Park' and decided to go in. State parks are located in scenic areas and have the fundamental facilities for a camper. ...
... beautiful. We didn't have to go through a metal detector here or in Lincoln NE, but we did in Des Moines.
A special note about Chief Washaki, who's statue is prominently placed at the entrance of this capital. He lived to 102 yrs old, and was respected by everyone in this territory. As the sign states, he was a very good man to all who knew him.