Gas Lite Motel
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We left Cheyenne and made our way to Laramie. On the way i enjoyed the beautiful landscapes such as the plains and mountains we passed. The plains were vast and wide full of wild life such as rabbits and coyotes. The mountains were tall and snow capped. We stayed at Laramie KOA RV camp.
We began our day in Laramie, Wyoming. We stayed in a hotel where pets are allowed but Ruby did not tell them that we had a dog with us. So we had to sneak him in last night (easy enough). But this morning when we left, the housekeepers were already beginning to clean the rooms. Leo has a tendency to bark annoyingly when he thinks he is going to be left behind, so we were sort of worried that he would do that, we would be found out, and have to pay a $100 cleaning fee! ...
... Alaska several years
We woke to another beautiful day and went on a short walk
along the lakeshore. At this point, we
were birdwatching with binocs in hand.
Later in the morning we visited the Refuge Headquarters. Stewart knew a former Refuge Manager here who
died about 5 years ago(Ken Neithammer) and wanted to share the memory with the present manager. We met several staff and a hydrogeologist
from Brunswick ME ...
... we're either tourists or rednecks! Either way, we enjoyed this winter treat.
A long drive lay ahead for us along the Wyoming roadways. There's not a lot to see except more flat, barren land with sagebrush and windmills. I never realized how windy the West is, but you can feel it constantly with the rocking of the car. Todd was intrigued by Wyoming's snow fences that ...
... He was on Darryl’s side of the car, so he got a couple of photos. From here, we could see another line up of cars, it was another buck and he was on my side, so got a couple of shots.
It was hard not to take photos, as everywhere you looked, there was an amazing view. Again, the photos will not do this place justice, as it is a place that you have to experience yourself.
We made our way out of the Rocky Mountains National Park and ...