La Quinta Inn Cheyenne
Travel Blogs from Cheyenne
We started off the morning with a text from our sister Lana, telling us that she had quite the sleepless night. She had to called the RMCP as there was a guy in her yard trying to steal diesel fuel from her yard and had a crow bar swinging at her dog. We were quite concern on her well being as her husband was away working!!!. She broke down and …
... I've included the painting "I am working on" ... LOL ... still working on.
We made plans to meet our son, Jon in Cheyenne but those plans fell through as he ran out of time. We hope to with him in the Golden/Denver area next week.
Ciao for now ...
... even though the car is locked - we need to put the key in and turn it to the "accessory" position when we are towing it, to keep the wheels from locking, so that they can turn slightly to follow the tow dolly when we make tight turns). So, Greg left the battery charging overnight, and all was well this morning - but we figure taking it out for a bit of a ride tonight isn't a bad idea, anyhow.
... It is the single largest source of coal mined in the United States, and contains one of the largest deposits of coal in the world. Because of the Powder River Basin, Wyoming has been the top coal-producing state since 1988. Coal production’s center of gravity in the United States has moved; from central Appalachia to the Powder River Basin.
The Black Thunder Coal Mine in the Basin is one of the most productive coal mines in ...
... to the Cheyenne Depot Museum. The station is built from blocks of sandstone quarried and transported from Ft. Collins, Colorado. The Depot stands directly down the street from, and facing the, Wyoming State Capitol building, signaling its historic significance in the city and state. There is also a Union Central & Northern HOn3 model railroad display. The man spent ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed