Hilton Garden Inn Laramie
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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.
... eastern Wyoming. About 100 miles east of the border with Wyoming, the freeway dips south a little almost to the Colorado line. There's a pull-off there to get out and see a beautiful panoramic view. And it is beautiful. You can see for what I imagine to be miles and miles in a 180-degree arc. You're standing on top of a bluff and in front of you is just wide open prairie. Ruby drove the first leg of today's journey. Once we entered Nebraska we passed the ...
... br> antelope everywhere, western grebe, swainson hawks, western sandpiper, foresters
tern, red-naped sapsucker, macgilvrays warbler, bohemian waxwing, mt bluebirds
and many others. Lots of ducks of many species (redheads, cinnamon teal,
shovelers added to those seen this trip.)
With regrets leaving this incredible place. we departed the
Refuge at about 11 am heading south into
Idaho along the remaining 33 miles of red ...
Sembla estrany però en Brent, el propietari del Vee Bar, diu que no té temps d'anar a caçar perquè té massa feina. Això de no tenir prou temps per fer el que un vol, es veu que és un mal general!
Els cavalls passen la nit al prat i només tornen a l'estable si els han de muntar. Avui, els han entrat perquè poguéssim fer una altra sortida. Per mi, una de ...
Thursday morning I went to see 'The Wyoming House for Historic Women' located on 2nd St. in Laramie. One of 13 remarkable women highllighted in the museum is Louisa Swain: 'Early in the morning on September 6, 1870 in what is today today known as "historic downtown Laramie, Wyoming", Louisa Ann Gardner Swain, a seventy year old Quaker lady, became the first woman in the world to cast a ballot under laws granting women the right ...