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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Had breakfast at our table overlooking the mountains in Wind Cave NP, before heading off up through the pass to the plain. Had about 7 hours to drive, and really only stopped for petrol, until we came to Scottsbluff around lunchtime.
This jagged piece of mountain extends from the edge of the river, inland for some miles, and created a natural barrier for people migrating from the east to the west. So a quick lesson on American history. In 1862 Congress passed the Homestead Act, ...
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... his latest CD and now have an everlasting memory about the evening.
On my way to the bookstore I spotted a small group of people with posters calling for 'Honk for Peace', 'Peace in the Middle East', 'Grandmas for Peace' etc. Quite a few cars honked. I walked up to a very kind lady in the group to enquire what this was all about. She said the group meets every Wednesday and has for years. In the beginning there ...
We've been driving basically non-stop since we left Napa. I can't say which day it was, because we've really lost all track of which days were what (not a bad problem to have, mind you). We left Napa and drove through some pretty amazing scenery. I feel like we've lost a little bit of steam when it comes to our sense of adventure. We don't randomly stop on the side of the road nearly ...
... br> As we were leaving the museum, it had started to snow lightly, and the women at the museum strongly suggested that we stay in Cheyenne instead of going on to Rock Springs. That was
the best advice we could have received and proved to be a good move. The snow continued to fall, but it was the icy wind blew a blizzard most of the night and Interstate 80 was eventually closed sometime around ...