Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Cheyenne
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... does at home! We saw snow on mountains, antelope, buffalo, elk, and moose. The scenery was great and so was the weather, cool and crisp. The Porters and Jim Clarke opted to revisit downtown Cheyenne and enjoy camp life. Jen rode the wagon tour around Cheyenne. She reported a great tour with a great guide.
After a brief drive drive around Boulder we drove up to Estes Park and then onto Rocky Mountain National Park. They only cleared the roads a few days ago and there was still lots of snow around. However the weather today was glorious. We took a nice walk around Sprague Lake ...
... com thought to mention this obvious fact. And the first time Steve took Beamer for a walk, a train came by and hooted its whistle, and Beamer almost jumped out of his skin. Poor guy. Oh, well. It is just for one night. Tomorrow we head for Cody, Wyoming, up near Yellowstone National Park.
BTW, I was not on the job today. I failed to take photos along the way. But I have some of the city and they are posted here. I will do better tomorrow, I ...
A second trip into Wyoming for Bethan, Oscar and Astrid and a first for Olav. Cheyenne is about 1 hour north of Fort Collins and is home to the famous 'Frontier Days'. Everyone we had spoken to said we should go to a Frontier day and see the rodeo so off we went. Basically, it seems that for about 10 days, there is a series of Wild West shows which incorporate the final stages of a rodeo series which is televised and is ...
... not that bad.
Our first stop after dropping the luggage and sending in the decontamination crew armed with commercial grade wet-wipes was to go see the Big Boy and walk around town to see the painted cowboy boots. Each boot is designed by a local artist depicting all things Wyoming. The "Big Boy" was one of 4 of the largest coal engine trains to be built and was in operation from 1941- 1956. We thought that ...