Hampton Inn Cheyenne
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... in Montana a couple of days ago.
Tomorrow is going to be an exciting day. We have tickets to the Cheyenne rodeo which is called “the daddy of em’ all”. Kevin has wanted to see this rodeo since before I met him. He is kinda like a kid in a candy store right now.
Today’s total : 491 km (2093.9 grand total); 1 excited Kevin
Traveling west on US I-80 to Cheyenne, Wyoming, the first leg of our journey, signaled we were closing in on our destination, Yellowstone National Park. The highway cuts through the wide open landscape in a perpetual straight line under a gargantuan sky. You can see the horizon, where the sun-dried grass plains meet the sky, no matter which direction you look.
We ascended slowly up ...
... 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 ...
... time there during the Wyoming winters and summers.
After 80 years, the prison closed its doors and sat abandoned until 1987 when a low-budget the movie entitled "Prison" was filmed there. The movie was one of Viggo Mortensen's first and featured several other well known actors. Significant damage was done to the prison grounds during the filming because it had yet to be considered a historic site.
In 1988 the "powers to ...
... thirsty we went into the Albany, where I had a mug of New Belgium Brown Ale and Gina coffee and water. Before that we had already booked tickets on the trolley and were ready to embark it at 1.30 pm. Our enthusiastic driver and guide told us about the town and its origins and we then embarked on a ride to see the most interesting points. At the Historic Governors' Mansion we all got out so we could see the mansion from the inside. It was all ...