Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Cheyenne
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... He would bring a load of dirty bricks he got for free home every night in the trunk of our car! He also laid a brick patio in the back yard, installed a wooden fence, planted all the trees and sod. It was a beautiful first home. We headed back just after dark and picked our spot in the enormous empty parking lot and went to bed.
... 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. ...
We were warned by numerous signs along the road - "Wind Gusts Over 35 mph Ahead For The Next 75 miles Ahead." These signs, along with the many wind turbines along the way, made it quite evident of what may be ahead for us. We weren't disappointed On several occasions, extremely strong gusts whipped at us, at times forcing Crush to sway from the right side of the lane over to the middle of the road. Deena kept quiet for many miles, as I sharply focused ...
... Coal underlies 54% of the state, covering 53,000 square miles. There are 10 coal fields; 4 are producing now with 22 mines. That’s a mind-boggling array of numbers; let’s reduce it to a simple fact:
Wyoming is the #1 coal-producing state. You need a lot of trains for that.
The typical coal train, called a Unit Train, is 100 to 120 cars long – that’s about a mile of coal. Each hopper car holds 100 to ...
... be hanged". They included the family and set up a mock hanging with it all culminating into making me swagger like John Wayne (sure...pick on the yankee). In the end they were gracious enough to give me a cowboy hat and my wife a fake yellow rose complete with dew drops.
The next day included a long trip home from Cheyenne to Denver then a 3 1/2 hr trip to Boston. We had a great time, but are glad to be home.