Central Plaza Hotel
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... with a few pine trees just east of Cheyenne that is aptly named "Pine Bluff". Arriving into Cheyenne we see an oil refinery and lots of train tracks. The Wyoming state capital also stands out among the downtown buildings with its gold dome. We arrive at our hotel to check in before we head to the famous Cheyenne Frontier Days fair and rodeo. The hotel is sold out and house keeping is moving slow. We had to wait a few minutes for our room to be finished being cleaned. Just a ...
... the border from Wyoming to Colorado and back again, stopping mid route to feed the bisons. There are 2500 'head' of bison on this working ranch, making it one of the top few bison ranches in the country. For anyone wondering, 'bison' and 'buffalo' are the same, in the way that 'canine' and 'dog' are the same. Bison meat apparently tastes very similar to beef but is much leaner. (Olav loved the bison sausages we brought home.) For my dad - yes, your ...
... than Denver?
Answer: Elevation is 6,xxx and it higher than Denver.
Denver's Elevation is 5,130–5,690 ft (1,564–1,731 m)
It was fun to watch the elevation continue to rise on our GPS mile after mile from the time we left Cozad, NE all the way here. The final elevation we saw was 6,2xx feet.
We have a few pictures to share and our plan is to stay here Saturday and Sunday and then Leave for Colorado Springs on Monday ...
... I was getting hungry and suggested we finish the day with a steak dinner. Gina promptly recommended the Texas Roadhouse, another of those boisterous wildwest restaurants with sizzling steaks. The food was too abundant and both of us had to ask for a box.
Early next day, Sunday, the cattle drive was to take place. 550 heads of cattle are taken down Interstate-25 to Frontier Park to be ready for next week's Frontier Days. I had incurred ...
... it was! The buildings are all painted a deep ochre and the setting and the rugged beauty of the landscape was breathtaking. And wait, was that not Hoss Cartwright coming out of that barn, with Little Joe hot on his heels? The title music of Bonanza was playing in my head as we toured the ranch in the late afternoon sun, and Marcia dished the dirt by telling me that one of the owners daughters had committed suicide, but everyone was pretty darn sure it was the ...