Motel 6 Cheyenne
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... Pump" folks. We crest the 8,640 ft height and really don't start down. This area of Wyoming will be at this altitude for awhile. We arrive at the KOA in Cheyenne and set up for just one night. Then two coaches come in and park on either side of us and wouldn't you know, they look like they just came from the showroom.
Tomorrow we head to Grand Island, NE and will cover 354 miles. See you ...
... featuring Clay Walker and Lady Antebellum. We waited in line for the gates to open for the grandstands with some 16,000 other people. It was good people watching. Many people dressed for the concert in clothes they apparently washed on hot when they should have washed them on cold. Clay Walker did a great job singing many of his number one country hits as well as a couple of new songs from his upcoming album. After a thirty minute intermission to reset the stage, ...
... than Denver?
Answer: Elevation is 6,xxx and it higher than Denver.
Denver's Elevation is 5,130–5,690 ft (1,564–1,731 m)
It was fun to watch the elevation continue to rise on our GPS mile after mile from the time we left Cozad, NE all the way here. The final elevation we saw was 6,2xx feet.
We have a few pictures to share and our plan is to stay here Saturday and Sunday and then Leave for Colorado Springs on Monday ...
... his latest CD and now have an everlasting memory about the evening.
On my way to the bookstore I spotted a small group of people with posters calling for 'Honk for Peace', 'Peace in the Middle East', 'Grandmas for Peace' etc. Quite a few cars honked. I walked up to a very kind lady in the group to enquire what this was all about. She said the group meets every Wednesday and has for years. In the beginning there ...
... of coal. Big surface mines may load two or three Unit Trains of coal a day. One Unit Train can keep a city of 3,000 households in electricity for a year. About 85 trains leave Wyoming every day.
Enough with the numbers, let’s look at a little history. Ironically, coal was first mined as fuel for the trains. Specifically, the coal-fired steam engines of the Union Pacific Transcontinental Railroad. Some of the first mines were ...