SpringHill Suites Cheyenne
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... cave in the world and they believe they have only discovered 5% of the cave!! We took a tour down into the cave 30 stories down below the earths surface!! Now that I have cell service I can send this update! We stopped to check on the bikes , opened the door and saw the doll !! Creepy!! Or as Mom says " weird" The " bend and snap" video is for you Connie!! I don't know why Ryan and Katie were doing this but so ...
... after one of the original traders, and they enlisted the help of an army corps to level enough of the trail so that the wagon train could get through Mitchell Pass. Interestingly, there were so many wagons on the trail that, being a single width pass, there was a bottleneck of people passing through, much like a modern day single lane roadworks.
It was at Scottsbluff overlooking Mitchell Pass that we had lunch. They've forged a road through several tunnels up to the top of the ...
... 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.
... roughing it' is to stay at the Holiday Inn, I always laugh when I think of that remark.) My Cheyenne friend, Gina, had recommended the Little Bear Inn for dinner. I had a delicious steak and shrimp dinner there.
Gina is very conscientiously taking care of her 88-year old mother, who lives at her apartment, while they search for a health care facility, so she couldn't join me for dinner. But the next day she had arranged for a ...
... Crush on the road. A by product of this challenge, was that Deena noted afterward how much effort it required to keep her head from blowing hard, back and forth. She said it was like a constant abdominal workout, forcing her head forward as the wind gusts kept blowing it back. What a way to get a workout!
We once again encountered some light rain, and luckily just missed by about 15 minutes, what we were told was a 30 minute lightning ...