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Travel Blogs from Cheyenne
... We stayed at an old favorite of ours, F.E. Warren AFB right in Cheyenne. Literally, the antelope roam freely all over the base. They are not the least bit afraid of humans because they have learned to co-exist. Wow - there's a concept.
Cheyenne is one of my favorite summer cities so we've been many times over the years. This time we decided to take a day trip to Fort Collins to tour New Belgium Brewery, makers of Fat Tire beer. ...
... 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 ...
... never getting warmer than the sixties. I spent most of the time in the coach. My neighbors, Victor and Debbie, left sometime while I was restin’ my eyes.
For dinner I had an omelet. It’s been a long time since I’ve had one. I used some egg-substitute from Safeway. They seem to keep better and don’t take up as much space. I added cubed, marinated chicken, chopped tomatoes, chopped stuffed olives and ...
... Mammoth Dig. We made the very smart decision to save Crazy Horse and Needles Highway for the next time we come, which we will do for sure.
The Mammoth dig was very cool, but I won't get into that because everyone else seems to have mentioned it.
We then drove off to Cheyenne and through some very neat landscapes, weather, chit-chat. Our hotel in Cheyenne was VERY NICE, I could stay there for weeks. Marriott does things nice.