Cheyenne Marriott Springhill Suites
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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, ...
... with impossible views of mountains and valleys.
On to Dillon, Colorado near Breckenridge for the night. Best view ever from a motel room, plus another brew pub next door!
... br> Actually, driving on the interstate in this part of the country with limited traffic volumes is not too bad. But I soon got off I-25 and headed west towards Lusk. A thundershower was looming around Manville, and I drove right through it. Heading south along county 270 I suddenly saw a sign 'Guernsey State Park' and decided to go in. State parks are located in scenic areas and have the fundamental facilities for a camper. ...
The Lincoln Highway was the first transcontinental improved highway for automobiles across the United States of America.Conceived in 1912 by Indiana entrepreneur Carl G. Fisher, and formally dedicated October 31, 1913, the Lincoln Highway spanned coast-to-coast from Times Square in New York City to Lincoln Park in San Francisco, originally through 13 states: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, ...
... backside. So much potential to use it's history. We did the usual 'downtown' exploring, saw the Capitol Building and Governor's Mansion etc... but mostly the guide-map took us to the sites of buildings that have long since been knocked (or burned) down and replaced.
The same, and worse, can be said about Laramie, about 50 miles west of Cheyenne. So much build-up since it's mentioned and visited in so many of the 'taming the west' cowboy movies - but ...