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... to coal and oil, from wooly mammoth to buffalo, and the interesting geology of this state - this was a fascinating journey through time in Wyoming.
And John Campbell, one of the earlier governors, signed into law in 1869, 50 years earlier than the nation did, the right for women to vote. He was offered a bribe to repeal it, but he refused - and the vote to override his veto lost by one ...
... 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 ...
... other famous Boot Hill is in Tombstone, Arizona, where The victims of the Gunfight at the OK Corral are buried, among others. "Here Lies Lester Moore, four slugs from a 44. No Les, no more." Just thought I'd pop that in! Boot Hill in Ogallala was short visit, and it was onward to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Known by many of the more senior among us from the tv Western shows of the Fifties and Sixties, although I seem to remember 'Cheyenne' was a bloke played by ...
Thank goodness, the wind had died down by the time we were up and out and about today. It had gotten cold during the night—36 degrees when we got up—but we were fine in our little cocoon. By the time we pulled out of camp at 9:15, the temperature was up to 56 so we had a fast warm up. The sky didn't have a cloud in it and with the humidity so low, it was a beautiful shade of blue.
We drove through Rawlins to see what the area looked like. It was a little ...
Well, I have more energy now to write my portion of the blog from yesterday.
Wow, what a day. We started out by having a nice breakfast on our hotel deck, imaging where those presidents of old were. Our hotel was roughly 12 miles from Mt. Rushmore, so we did not have much of a drive ahead of us. Breakfast was OK, and our room was not very nice, but it was just a place to rest our weary heads.
The drive to Mt. Rushmore was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking