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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... we headed off late afternoon to the one and only mall in Cheyenne. Some things are particularly cheaper here than at home - shoes and jeans especially, so basically we filled all of the spare room we had left in the suitcases with those.
Back to the RV park for a dinner of pit cooked BBQ ribs in the RV restaurant. They were really good and had a very distinctive woody taste that we can't get at home.
The rest of the evening was spent packing everything back into our suitcases ...
Had nice trip on Happy Jack Rd between Cheyenne & Laramie.
Visited grounds of Wyoming Territorial Prison State - Laramie, WY
Cheyenne Union Pacific Station-nice building.
Visited old Governor's Mansion.
Visited State ...
... a wedding, he said. No wonder, they can easily accommodate hundreds of people. The ranch was located at the end of 211, and that's where the road ended. We therefore drove back leisurely the same way we came in, top down as before, 40-50 mph, and soaked in the great nature surrounding us. How many cars did we see on our 50 mile long tour? 10, 15 maybe.
Back in Cheyenne it was dinnertime. Gina took us to a Mexican ...
... beautiful. We didn't have to go through a metal detector here or in Lincoln NE, but we did in Des Moines.
A special note about Chief Washaki, who's statue is prominently placed at the entrance of this capital. He lived to 102 yrs old, and was respected by everyone in this territory. As the sign states, he was a very good man to all who knew him.
I was worried that I would have little to show or write about today, but things turned out to be quite to the contrary, which is what makes Road Tripping so much fun. Ogallala has its own Boot Hill Grave Yard. Not the original, that was in in Dodge City. Which is why when I drove through Kansas I refused to go to Dodge City, on the Groucho Marx grounds of not wanting to visit a town that covers Boot Hill over with a car park, which apparently it did, for ...