Terry Bison Ranch Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsTerry Bison Ranch Resort Cheyenne
Rv park with a ranch attached that you can get a tour of.
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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 ...
... in Nebraska, and so is the cattle industry. And with the ranches come hay fields, some with full growth, some being cut and baled, and some harvested and waiting for another full growth to complete another cycle. Many fields contained large round bales drying in the sun and a few even had the rectangular bales, more easily maneuvered by hand.
Then we saw something we had not yet seen on this trip, something I was not expecting. We ...
... There in the middle of the field was a bear. It was "out standing" in his field. Grazing quite far away, it was hard to pull in with our new camera lens. After hanging out to see if he would come closer he just walked the other away. No one in this crowd wanted to be dinner. We went to the mud Volcano Area to see some geothermal activity. We got more than we bargained for...... There were signs all ...
We were warned by numerous signs along the road - "Wind Gusts Over 35 mph Ahead For The Next 75 miles Ahead." These signs, along with the many wind turbines along the way, made it quite evident of what may be ahead for us. We weren't disappointed On several occasions, extremely strong gusts whipped at us, at times forcing Crush to sway from the right side of the lane over to the middle of the road. Deena kept quiet for many miles, as I sharply focused ...
Thank goodness, the wind had died down by the time we were up and out and about today. It had gotten cold during the night—36 degrees when we got up—but we were fine in our little cocoon. By the time we pulled out of camp at 9:15, the temperature was up to 56 so we had a fast warm up. The sky didn't have a cloud in it and with the humidity so low, it was a beautiful shade of blue.
We drove through Rawlins to see what the area looked like. It was a little ...