Super 8 Cheyenne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... foot to find their promised land. They loaded about a ton of their worldly possessions into a covered wagon, harnessed up a team of oxen, and walked beside the wagon for close to 6 months along 2 defined and relatively safe trails - the Oregon Trail and the California Trail. Both of these trails passed through Scottsbluff settlement on their way from Independence Missouri to Oregon or Sacramento respectively.
However at Scottsbluff they encountered this natural barrier called ...
... Rawlins we came to an exit for Sinclair WY and guess what was there....yes a refinery for Sinclair gas. Out west they still have Sinclair stations although they left our area many years ago.
Near Medicine Bow there were two long rows of turbines on a ridge and with 40 MPH GUSTS they were spinning along with our awning flapping! The hills are green and rolling with livestock or horses in the fields. It makes me wonder where the house is as you ...
... above. Miss GPS told me to go in the same dirction, although there had been a sign at the park entrance that the road was closed. I decided to follow the car and Miss GPS and ended up in front of a big 'ROAD CLOSED'-sign at the Guernsey Dam. But there was also a little museum on top of the hill, so I decided to go up and see. The sign said 'Open 10 am - 6 pm', so someone apparently opens and closes it, I thought. And right at ...
... years, the road was improved and numerous realignments were made, and by 1924 the highway had been shortened to 3,142 miles. Counting the original route and all of the subsequent realignments, there is a grand total of 5,872 miles.
This was a very beautiful but very windy drive. This is some great country, the Cheyenne area is full of amazing history and places to explore. We absolutely need to come back here for a longer ...
... it was! The buildings are all painted a deep ochre and the setting and the rugged beauty of the landscape was breathtaking. And wait, was that not Hoss Cartwright coming out of that barn, with Little Joe hot on his heels? The title music of Bonanza was playing in my head as we toured the ranch in the late afternoon sun, and Marcia dished the dirt by telling me that one of the owners daughters had committed suicide, but everyone was pretty darn sure it was the ...