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... of Cabelas in Sidney. I drove from Sidney to Grand Island. When we got to Ogallala, we were driving along the North Platte River. We followed the river all the way to Hastings where the river turned northeast and we just drove east on to Lincoln and then Omaha. At Kearney we passed under the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument. The freeway goes right underneath it. At Omaha, we crossed the Missouri River into council Bluffs, Iowa where we are staying the night ...
Arrived in Denver. Nice flight, plenty of leg room. I had booked a car through hot wire. Got to the rental car office - EZ rental. Found out the car could not be taken out of state. So back to my phone and found a car at Alamo. Got a ride with EZ to Alamo. That was a $500 Bo Bo. We drove 2 hrs to Laramie and the Hampton Inn was very nice. Off to Park ...
... inmates won the first ever transferred to a new complex built in Rawlins. The most infamous of the incarcerated was Robert LeRoy Parker a.k.a. Butch Cassidy. The buildings have been painstakingly restored and renovated in the 1990s.
Afterwards I went to see the Ivinson Mansion which today houses the Laramie Plains Museum. Edward and Jane Ivinson came to Laramie in 1868 on the first train, after the Union Pacific ...
... was not blowing like it had the day before so we were able to start a fire and make our dinner without issues. We could see that they were setting up for some kind of race around the park but we weren't really sure what it was. We woke up at 6:15 from all the people around and realized they were blocking off some of the park exit routes so by 6:50 we were up, dressed and packed up and got out of there. We headed back to beautiful Colorado!
always liked it. There was something a little more lively about it than staid
Cheyenne. I went a few times with my co-worker Micky who also liked to go to
cowboy bars. The Cowboy Bar in Laramie seemed especially authentic back then,
full of country people and men and women who looked like they might actually
work on a ranch. The Buckhorn Bar was a wild place that closed down for about
an hour around 5:00 to 6:00 ...