Super 8 Cheyenne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s altitude of 6062 feet. It was such a long slow rise in the altitude that we didn't even realize we were driving up hill for over two hundred miles. We were so excited to get to Cheyenne, with so much to see and do.
Especially the Cheyenne Frontier Days, touted as the worlds largest outdoor rodeo. It started as a one day rodeo in 1897, and evolved into an event that is nearly two ...
... br> While at Warren AFB FamCamp (military campground) the camp host held a Retiree Appreciation Potluck. They provided hot dogs, hamburgers, all the condiments, drinks and they even decorated the inside of the park pavilion and tables. Glen and I brought a dish to share and walked on over. Sadly, we were the only 2 from the entire park that came. There were 4 staff there so we got to sit and get to know each other.
One thing that ...
I will soon be heading into the mountains and am a little worried. Neither my van nor I are big fans of high altitude driving but it is a part of America so I will go forth, onward and upward. For now, though, I have been traveling through the relatively flat area of eastern Wyoming. It is definitely cowboy country, with rolling prairie criss-crossed with arroyos, ravines and an occasional dirt road ...
... the lady less than the $20 tent sight fee she wanted, and she graciously declined and offered directions to another camp area. I would say she didn't like my negotiating skills, but when I told her we would stay, (I was afraid there was more corn on the horizon) and went to pay, she said it was on her. I asked why, and she said cause she could. So there you have it, game number two was born. How long can you travel and sleep for ...
... would have been presented with a little more pomp, but instead we found it in a public park surrounded by a low chain link fence. The engine itself was absolutely mammoth with an equally large coal car attacked to it. Max was very impressed with the train.
After our stop by the Big Boy we set off to find something to eat in downtown Cheyenne. We only had a little bit of time because we wanted to see the ...