Holiday Inn Express Torrington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... must be given by others for my enjoyment. The follow video contains images that may be offensive to some viewers (especially lovers of small birdies!):
Much to my chagrin I needed to drive on the Interstate for awhile east of Casper, and after all of the deserted roads I have been on I found all the other traffic quite offensive, I was thinking like: Hey, Dude, Get offa my road! Around the same time my ...
... and hopefully will finally see some buffalo. We've both seen buffalo many times, but it's always exciting because that's when you really feel like you've arrived "out west!" Trip Summary 2700 miles driven 55:46 hours in the car 22 miles on the trail 15 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 1 National Parkway 1 National River 1 National Military Park 4 National Monuments 4 National Historic Sites 1 National ...
... at the LaBlackwing coffee and tea shop was very friendly if not a little strange. Salad bar was a welcome addition and the strawberries were delicious. Left there and took off towards the south, diverted to see the original site of Fort Laramie, had a small panic with a wasp in Tims Helmet, both the wasp and Tim are fine, a little shaken, but they did not go to blows. ...
... that but the people just kept flooding in. The roads are teeming with bikes and our campground which we thought was full a few days ago was still piling the people in on top of each other. There is hardly room to walk between the tents now. We were thankful that we had our own bathroom in the cabin because there is only one small amenities block to service all of the tents. Despite this people seem happy.... Go figure. Toad and the Gypsy found a quiet (ish) spot ...
Fort Laramie was established as a U.S. Army frontier outpost
in the era when the West was being explored and a major military outpost in the
region during the 1850s to the 1870s, essentially from just before the Civil
War until about the time of Custer’s defeat at Little Bighorn. The Fort is
located in eastern Wyoming along the North Platte River and was also a stopping
point along the overland trails heading west is the mid-1800s. It ...