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... temp was around 40. Funny thing happened as we approached the 10,000 ft pass and snow covered peaks, two of our bags of chips exploded from the sudden low pressure. The sky was an ominous and undulating dark grey most of the day which matched the mysterious moonscape and was some relief from the relentless sun from the days before. Unfortunately the ipad was in the camper during the drive and could only use the small camera which needs a computer to download so no photos to show ...
... We loved watching the changing landscape as we moved from the Black Hills to the Wyoming Rockies. We stopped at Devil's Tower (remember Close Encounters of the Third Kind?) and had breakfast and then hiked around its base. Max and Zoe loved the gift shop there and spent about an hour picking out some western figures and handling all the arrowhead bows and agate ...
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... a 20-minute soak in the hot springs at no charge. You can even rent bathing suits and towels. However, just the few minutes of standing there asking the attendant a few questions, I was overwhelmed by the sulphuric smell and we decided to skip the soak here and go straight next door to Star Plunge ($10 admission) where there's an outdoor pool with water slides as well as indoor pool and hot tubs.
We had packed swim suits, but needed to ...
... building and got out of Dodge, I mean, Cheyenne.
We headed west on I-80 to Larimer, across the plains and passed those big contemporary white wind mills. As the elevation climbed, the temperatures dropped and the weather turned nasty. First sleet. Then snow. On June 13!!! It only last 20 minutes or so … but really.
We pulled off at Larimer to see the University ...