Terry Bison Ranch Resort
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Stayed overnight in Cheyenne and watched the bison. Ate dinner at the Senators Steakhouse which was on the property which was out in the middle of nowhere.
About 10 miles south of I-80, so a bit off our path, we parked for the night at Terry Bison Ranch - and paid the $30 for the 3 of us to hop on their little train out into their property to see the managerie of animals, and just about 75 of the ~4,000-head herd (2nd largest in the world) of Bison on this ranch.
We disconnected the car …
... huge shout out to him. My pace line was also able to complete the final two miles in a flash hail storm that broke skin on all three of us. After the ride we had an awesome friendship visit with the local arc where we played Frisbee golf, had a waterbaloon fight and I helped dump a bucket of ice on our project manager. Great day and excited for the slightly smaller 65 miles ...
... up camp, rode our bikes around the refuge roads for several miles , birded
along the lakeshore from our campsite and settled in for the night and
another morning at red rocks.
In the morning, we watched and photoed wetland birds in the
lake and then went on a short hike into the forest .
We saw lots of
wildlife at redrocks. Highlights include
white faced ibis, trumpeter swans, white pelicans, avocets, ...
... I've included the painting "I am working on" ... LOL ... still working on.
We made plans to meet our son, Jon in Cheyenne but those plans fell through as he ran out of time. We hope to with him in the Golden/Denver area next week.
Ciao for now ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerry Bison Ranch Resort Cheyenne
Rv park with a ranch attached that you can get a tour of.
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