The Lodge and Spa at Brush Creek Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... of construction also, that reduced the traffic to 1 lane in places..The big trucks and cars that unfortunately got behind us were "not happy". We saw a lot of antelope today and I saw a coyote very close to the highway. I have been waiting days to see some wild game. ...
... ranch. We reminded ourselves we were glad we weren't traveling in a covered wagon. We finally got to a town, everyone was starving. No Walmart so we found a supermarket and got chicken and salads and mashed potatoes and Mac and cheese. We found a really nice park and ate there. The children played and we had to drag them out! It felt good to play. We decided to stay in the area instead ...
... Pacific's Golden Spike Tower at their Bailey Yard. It's a pretty impressive facility, both the yard and the observation tower. The yard is the largest in the world (at least for now), and contains 315 miles of track, two hump yards, and processes 10,000 cars a day. Average hold time on rail cars is around 11 hours. 150 trains a day move in, out and through this yard. ...
... the state from barren desert to lush green pastures with evergreen trees on the open range. Our elevation rose to 8649' just west of Cheyenne and we saw a Lincoln monument. The hills were beautiful with creative rock formations. Signs warned us of strong wind gusts 35 mph plus. This state is very windy. One sign that disturbed me said, "We buy antlers". We also passed a enormous Walmart distribution center. We arrived at the Terry Bison Ranch ...
... I haven't quite jumped on that bandwagon yet, I'm still leary of even opening the windows during the day... Hell, we are starting to understand why everyone does it, though. No buildings in this town have central air, or heat. They all have boiler systems in the basements that can't be adjusted so we have constant heat coming out of our vents even though our 'thermostat' is turned off. I think that thing is a false sense of control, 'cuz you sure can't ...