Hotel St. Nicholas
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... and flooding.
We drove on to Laramie. We thought it would be interesting but not as nice as Cheyenne. We found a free City park in Wheatland and joined a dozen other RVs in this beautiful park with a swimming pool nearby full of kids and a wedding going on just on the other side of the park.
Nice place. Free with elecricity and water nearby.
Day 19 Saturday 13 June 2015
On to Guernsey where we saw the ruts in the ...
... I would want to leave my nuts outside for the winter ... After lunch we went for a cruise through a local mall, it's just like any other mall really ... Back home for tea and chill out in front of the TV for the evening Tried some TWINKIES, another thing ticked off the to-do list, not sure it was a good idea though Also tried some spicy double pumpkin beer, had to try it, wish I hadn't ... Definitely something ...
Slept well. Took my first shower in the RV. Went as well as could be expected. I was able to get to all my parts and get in a good scrubbing. I did finish the hot water just as I was completing the shower. Cindy did not wait quite long enough for the water to reheat, so she had to work quickly.
Got the oil changed in the RV today. ...
... I feel more secure already, don't you?)
I should probably interject that this morning I bent the wrong way in the shower and a pinched nerve in my hip flared up again. By 2PM I was moving around somewhat slower than I would like...Gee, almost like an old lady! Yikes! I'm surrounded by folks 60-75 years old, and I'm feeling "right in step"!! Ugh!!
Well, I put on a smile, squinted into the sun and followed John around ...
... and with note of unmistakable finality: "They are too expensive. You can share or you can do without." Little boy: ceases wailing.
On the way down, the tour guide patter ceases (he told us all the good stuff on the way up), so people take to chatting with whoever is sitting opposite them. We're crammed into assigned seats like sardines, so we might as well be friendly. MIN was sitting next to a man from ...