Little America Hotel and Resort
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- I arrived in Cheyenne, Wyoming around 1:00
- I will spend five days in the capital of Wyoming going to: the State capital, Ames Monument, Botanic Gardens, Capital City Stadium, Cheyenne Big Boot, and lastly go to Curt Gowdy State park
- Everything is walking distance and it's all free!!!
- I will take the trolley for $3 every day coming to a total of $12 for four days
- I have a busy schedule ahead of me!
Another long drive starts our day. From Rapid City to Cheyenne via way of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. The journey starts with good road and rolling hills of grazing cattle and fields of hay. As we continue the terrain changes several times along the way. At one point we are driving on a ridge with view of valleys one each side. Northwest Nebraska had more hills and trees than we anticipated but it wasn't long before we found the flat land that we expected of Nebraska. We made a ...
... br> the dustbowl in the 30s. Now, the Fed govt. (Forest Service, BLM and
FWS) own most of the valley intermixed with many rockscrabble ranches. Water rights and grazing are issues here but
this is noted to be the most remote refuge outside of Alaska. The landscape here is truly amazing and the lake,
or what is remaining and managed by fws as wetlands, is incredible . The refuge was established in the 1930s in
order to protect the ...
... worship of God looks like in Heaven.
You know you are in the west when the majority of Men in the Church are wearing Cowboy Boots and western style belts. (Some of the ladies also had their boots on...)
We spent the afternoon playing cards and relaxing with the family.
Tomorrow morning we will head south down into Colorado.
... up at the apartment where she and her mother lives. Gina was all smiles and ready to go. I told her that I had not yet had any breakfast and would like a light meal to start with. She suggested that we drive to the 'Luxury Diner' and it was indeed an interesting place. The core of the restaurant was an old train dining wagon.
First stop on our sightseeing program was the Union Pacific Depot. Cheyenne is a railroad town established in ...