Oak Tree Inn Cheyenne
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... was at the Oaktree Hotel in Cheyenne, WY. Seriously.
To conclude, the United States is one of the strangest, most beautiful, and ultimately perfect places in the universe. I am proud of my country. In what other part of the world do you have giant, gleaming monuments to themselves as the seats of government in every provincial area? Europe has castles, but those are just gauche.
America is beautiful in all its messed-up glory, and ...
... performed an amazing show. Singing hits and new songs as well as a great cover of Wake Me Up at the end. Lady Antebellum is a group with Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and Dave Haywood. They sound better in concert than on their recordings. After the show we walked back to our van and drove a couple mile to our hotel. Everyone is tired and tomorrow we get to sleep in before we pack and head for the airport in Denver. It has been a great trip. We have seen and experienced ...
... which we loved and Oscar entertained the little ones and had a go at lasso-ing. Lunch was good - cheese sandwiches and FRIES (we are no longer caught out by the chips=crisps description) and a good salad. The split pea soup which contained ham wasn't good for us vegetarians but we discovered the pink bits before we had eaten too much. The highlight however of the day for everyone was feeding the bison by hand.
We all rode out on the little train, ...
... one. Near Laramie we passed one field with goats, alpacas and sheep.
We got off the Interstate and there was a truck stop there so we filled up on diesel. When we were stopped at the light I noticed the FedEx Truck backing up to get in another lane and I didn't think anything...until we had to pass the same area to get to our campground after filling up. They have you crossing over to the WRONG side of the road on one side of the overpass ...
Today we started out around 9:30. Not long after being on the black ribbon we hit Nebraska, home of the Huskers. It is a state of continuous farmland. Corn field upon cornfield line the highway and city landscapes are left far behind. As we got nearer to Cheyenne we began to see patches of snow. How great is that! After arriving in Cheyenne we had a nice dinner and off to get some ...