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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but I said we should start cause you get to see the best views (and good exercise). At the bottom we pulled off to a park to make some lunch and we got to see a pack of 5 elk with velvet on their heads. Luckily we got there around 9 am and got down from the mountain at noon but as we were coming down there were tons of people making their way up. The early bird gets peace and quiet is what I say. From there we ...
... com thought to mention this obvious fact. And the first time Steve took Beamer for a walk, a train came by and hooted its whistle, and Beamer almost jumped out of his skin. Poor guy. Oh, well. It is just for one night. Tomorrow we head for Cody, Wyoming, up near Yellowstone National Park.
BTW, I was not on the job today. I failed to take photos along the way. But I have some of the city and they are posted here. I will do better tomorrow, I ...
... 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, ...
Had nice trip on Happy Jack Rd between Cheyenne & Laramie.
Visited grounds of Wyoming Territorial Prison State - Laramie, WY
Cheyenne Union Pacific Station-nice building.
Visited old Governor's Mansion.
Visited State ...
... 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 ...