Cheyenne Marriott Springhill Suites
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... on the road. Josh was driving and I was trying to unpack all of our belongings and that was not such a good idea on the city streets so we waited til we got on the highway and I unpacked all of the bags. I never thought there was it would be enough room but there was. We went to walmart to get all the things that we will need for the trip and food for the next couple of days. We passed by the Rocky Mountains and horses and cattle. By 6 PM, we reached the campground ...
... the fallout shelter. The house never had a fence or security and was surrounded by other homes.
Back to the MOTORHOME so Terry could grill his own birthday dinner.
MONDAY 6/30-still debating about going east because of all the storms in Iowa. We went to the WY State Museum which was free and very informative. We found out that WY was the first state in the late 1800's to give women the right to vote before it was a Federal law.
... resort region (sorry, Diane, we never made it there). Further on I drove by the Philmont National Boy Scout Ranch (that Diane had recommended). Beautiful country, now covered in snow. I decided to stop in Raton on I-25 just south of the Colorado stateline. Avoiding driving on the interstate highways for longer stretches the next day, Thursday, at Trinidad, CO, I got on H-wy 350 and headed northeast (and drove through 'towns' like ...
... I've included the painting "I am working on" ... LOL ... still working on.
We made plans to meet our son, Jon in Cheyenne but those plans fell through as he ran out of time. We hope to with him in the Golden/Denver area next week.
Ciao for now ...
Predictably, nothing is open. Not even the bigger chains, which is another measure of how much America loves to give thanks. McDonald's thinks it's important that it's funployees spend the day with their family than making any money. Bizarre? Indeed.
We were lucky to find a petrol station that was open, but it was the only one for miles around and ...