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... since we've yet to hear a Tross reply, we wonder if that number was a fake? Nebraska is roughly 500 miles across and the vistas are relatively unchanging. Farm after farm and then more farms and very flat. Black Angus cows are also a common sight. As usual, we stopped only at rest areas and gas stations ($25 to fill our tank - Yahoo). At a gas station in North Platte we looked at some interesting souvenirs but opted to ...
... had clearly died. Farms with irrigation systems were actively watering their fields with portable sprinklers that are as long as the fields are wide, some rusty with age and others shiny and new. The water created rainbows when penetrated by the rays of the sun. And their plants were tall and a healthy green.
We saw fields where wheat had grown but had been harvested and all that remained were the short stubs of plants that used to be. ...
... is a fun place with an imaginative design both inside and out as you can see by the photos. The place is so popular that the tours full at least a year in advance. Nevertheless, Glen suggested we drove over and check for cancellations and onto the tour we went. At the end of the tour, you chose if you wanted to walk down the flight of stairs to the 1st floor or slide down a corkscrew slide. Yep... we took the slide. OMG!!!! What fun. ...
... 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 ...
... storm. As they say, timing is everything!
After checking in at the Holiday Inn here in Cheyenne, we enjoyed a salad and discovered (Much to Deena's excitement!) that only one block away was the largest, best, Country Western saloon in Cheyenne, called "The Outlaw."
And, just like the Country music club we had enjoyed the night before, this place also had a live band playing. We went, and when walking in we're taken back by how ...