Hampton Inn Cheyenne
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... wells with their hammers bobbing up and down in a rhythmic dance, bringing the oil to the surface and storing it in holding tanks nearby. There were not many of these wells, but a few farmers were lucky enough to have them.
As we got to Cheyenne, we saw what appeared to be a large natural gas plant, with a complex menagerie of tall spires of steel, and one chimney with a large flame burning at the top. We turned into the city and set out ...
... the camera to see what was taking place. I noticed Allie walking toward the bear but could not see what was going on because she was around the corner. I told her she needed to turn around. She looked at me inquisitively "Why". Luckily after asking here to turn around again she did as the bear was coming right to where she had stopped and turned around. She turned, I said hurry, she ran, I said don't ...
... and will become meat cattle. The testicles, properly cooked, are called Rocky Mountain Oysters and are considered a delicacy. Enjoy your meal! Gina has, she says.
We then continued along 211 and finally came to a ranch called Horsecreek Cattle Co. (the ranches are all incorporated). After a while the owner, Dave Berry, a friend of Gina's, showed up. We had a nice chat, and I took some photos of his fabulous place. They had ...
The Top 2 Ways You Know You Are Too Tired To Drive:
You are laughing uncontrollably at a rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody" arranged for traditional Irish instruments.
You think a parked car must be a buffalo waiting to cross the road.
It's now 9 a.m. I'm already fairly discombobulated having somehow ended up with the 3:30 - 6:30 a.m. driving shift (after starting the day with a 5 hour shift). Other people seem to be able to ...
Here we are today - picking up Sarah and Nate from the Cheyenne Airport! We thought we'd spend an hour walking around Cheyenne but unfortunately there wasn't much to see and it was horribly windy and cold there! The airport was dinky, but it was easy to get to and around. We went for a donut at a local dive but that was a bad idea :). After we got back to Fort Collins, we went to the library to get some travel books and then ice skating downtown! Fun!! After that we had a quiet evening ...