Oak Tree Inn Cheyenne

1625 Stillwater Ave, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82009, United States | 2 star hotel
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The Weather is A-Changing

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... the Titanic on her fateful 1912 sailing to New York. While the ship was sinking, she started organizing people's departure in the rescue boats, until two determined sailors put her aboard one. She survived the ordeal and lived the rest of her life in this charming Victorian house in Denver. Afterwards Gina and I went to visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The Planetarium featured a movie on black holes which we ...

Still Roaming in Wyoming

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa


I will soon be heading into the mountains and am a little worried. Neither my van nor I are big fans of high altitude driving but it is a part of America so I will go forth, onward and upward. For now, though, I have been traveling through the relatively flat area of eastern Wyoming. It is definitely cowboy country, with rolling prairie criss-crossed with arroyos, ravines and an occasional dirt road ...

Wyoming Capial Bldg in Cheyenne

A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures


... Interstate 80 in somebody's backyard. Wow!

Spent a few hours at the capital building in Cheyenne, which was beautifully decorated with all kinds of art, including a stuffed buffalo, that weighed 3000 lbs and the 3rd largest ever recorded. As with most capitals we've seen, the workmanship and quality of these old historic buildings is a pleasure to see. The stained glass in this building ...

King of Coal

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... of coal. Big surface mines may load two or three Unit Trains of coal a day. One Unit Train can keep a city of 3,000 households in electricity for a year. About 85 trains leave Wyoming every day.

Enough with the numbers, let’s look at a little history. Ironically, coal was first mined as fuel for the trains. Specifically, the coal-fired steam engines of the Union Pacific Transcontinental Railroad. Some of the first mines were ...

The Thanksgiving Shutdown

A travel blog entry by nickomahoney


Long drive into Wyoming, went past Lost Springs (Pop 4) and rocked a steak (not really traditional but everywhere else was closed)

Also witnessed the Wal-Mart Black Friday sales event, utter madness


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This 2 star hotel, located on 1625 Stillwater Ave, Cheyenne, is near Wyoming State Capitol, Wyoming State Museum, Big Boy Steam Engine, and Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.
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