Fairfield Inn & Suites Laramie
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Yesterday we traveled 949 miles! My dad is a rockstar! Shoutout to Bruce! We traveled through Iowa and Nebraska. We decided to eat and spend the night in Laramie, Wyoming. My mom researched a great place for dinner called the Crowbar & Grill. In the restaurant we were seated at a table that was crazy wobbly. My mother wanted ...
... unique sculptures. One, entitled the Nebraskan Gateway Sculpture, was constructed for the U.S. bicentennial celebration out of Vermont granite. The granite was to signify a gateway into the Nebraskan spirit. In a second rest stop was the Up/Over sculpture, an arch constructed of aluminum, designed to take you eye from the ground to the sky and back.
In between these sculptures we stopped at the original Pony Express station ...
... no a seguir un a darrera l’altre. Això ho fa més emocionant. Travessem riuets i trepitgem neu que encara no s’ha desglaçat; veiem dues àguiles de cap blanc, que viuen a la propietat i molts antílops que en aquestes terres n’hi ha molts. Un conill esverat que s’escapa del gos de la casa que el persegueix per jugar. Trotem i galopem una bona estona amb en Brent, el nostre wrangler.
... remembered seeing antelopes everywhere and she was right. We saw these beautiful animals grazing in the green hills on the side of the interstate.
We stopped for the night in Laramie and had a nice meal in the lovely and historic downtown area. The town is home to the University of Wyoming and after dinner we took a short drive around the campus.
Tomorrow we plan on making it to Jackson.
... other crimes in Wyoming but it was rumored that he had an in with ranchers and wasn't charged or caught. Who knows?
The warden had been hiring prisoners out to ranchers but it wasn't making enough money. He was approved to start a broom industry. Prisoners made straw brooms which were sold everywhere in the U.S. and even to China. How about that we import product to China! There was one ...