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... trucks are out in hugh numbers today. And the snow fences only tell me that this area gets more than there share of snow. When you see signs that tell you to "Exit I-80 when flashing", that's not good. We again cross the Continental Divide at 7,000 ft.
Just beyond Laramie, we start heading up to the highest point on I-80. Now Al will not believe this but we did pass a truck with its flashes ...
... featuring Clay Walker and Lady Antebellum. We waited in line for the gates to open for the grandstands with some 16,000 other people. It was good people watching. Many people dressed for the concert in clothes they apparently washed on hot when they should have washed them on cold. Clay Walker did a great job singing many of his number one country hits as well as a couple of new songs from his upcoming album. After a thirty minute intermission to reset the stage, ...
... partially restored as a National Park, Fort Laramie… anyone remember the TV show? This lies some 80 miles NE of Cheyenne, and is not the city of Laramie which is to the west.
Also along this N-S line is Kaycee (Powder Junction in the Longmire series), and home of Chris LeDoux well known in the state as rodeo champ and recording artist. It is also home to “Wild Man” who builds custom rigs for saddle bronc and bull riders… and ...
... cold on Friday because of a rapid shift in temperature and declined the invitation to come along (it turned out that neither Gina nor her mom went to see the cattle drive the next morning). So, I took Gina home, and we agreed that I would return for a second day of sightseeing the next morning at 12 pm. What an interesting day it had been!
(It's getting dark, so I will post just one photo and then continue the blog in the morning.)
... 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 ...