Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cheyenne
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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 ...
... 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. ...
You are probably laughing or at least chuckling at the title, "Rest and Relaxation". We have been on the go since leaving home and thought we would just relax. We have been to Cheyenne several times so we pretty much knew what to expect.
I took the time to ...
... not that bad.
Our first stop after dropping the luggage and sending in the decontamination crew armed with commercial grade wet-wipes was to go see the Big Boy and walk around town to see the painted cowboy boots. Each boot is designed by a local artist depicting all things Wyoming. The "Big Boy" was one of 4 of the largest coal engine trains to be built and was in operation from 1941- 1956. We thought that ...