Motel 6 Cheyenne
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... strip of concrete running through cow pastures and fields. In New Mexico, it is a mountain.
-Humans in the service industry are friendly when you are friendly to them. Gas station attendants, hotel front-desk clerks, McDonald's employees, state archivists, you name it.
-Men driving ENORMOUS pickup trucks in the mountains all seem to be racing somewhere. They will drive 80 in a 45 MPH Curves Up Ahead zone. I can only assume 1 in 300 ...
... disappointed that the rodeo was not available. It is too early in the season. I intended to ride the bulls on amateur night, but now will have to wait until the July rodeo days. The Wyoming Capitol building is impressive, but what is more impressive are the wide streets, abundant parking, and free flowing traffic, even during rush hour. The Gainesville City Commission could learn a thing or two here.
... This year I bought a couple AR magazines from MagPul and Grace bought a new cowboy hat. It was blazing hot on the asphalt of the fair grounds. Occasionally a passing cloud would give us a couple minutes of relief from the sun. We ate dinner at the fair with everyone sampling their own selection of fair food. Buffalo burgers, grilled chicken and veggie wraps, grilled turkey legs, roasted ears of corn, ice cream, kettle corn - all of it way overpriced. We had tickets to the ...
This trip didn't have a very auspicious start. Rhiannon, Isla, Miles and the three of us headed off up the I25 to the border between Colorado and Wyoming, about an hour away. We were caught in a very big traffic jam when we were almost there. Apparently a 'semi' (lorry to us Brits) had overturned and perhaps exploded so there was a big clean-up operation going on, just at the junction where we turned off.
As we were stationery, a couple of miles from ...
This is Cheyenne's theme....Live the Legend
SATURDAY 6/28-We left early, for us, thinking we could beat the wind...that is not possible in this area as when we got on the interstate it showed 35mph winds and further down the road 40mph. Once again we had awning problems like we did in Arizona so I had to listen to it bang and thump against the motorhome when a gust of wind would come the right way...very nerve wracking.
A few miles ...