Woods Landing Resort
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We began our day in Laramie, Wyoming. We stayed in a hotel where pets are allowed but Ruby did not tell them that we had a dog with us. So we had to sneak him in last night (easy enough). But this morning when we left, the housekeepers were already beginning to clean the rooms. Leo has a tendency to bark annoyingly when he thinks he is going to be left behind, so we were sort of worried that he would do that, we would be found out, and have to pay a $100 cleaning fee! ...
Arrived in Denver. Nice flight, plenty of leg room. I had booked a car through hot wire. Got to the rental car office - EZ rental. Found out the car could not be taken out of state. So back to my phone and found a car at Alamo. Got a ride with EZ to Alamo. That was a $500 Bo Bo. We drove 2 hrs to Laramie and the Hampton Inn was very nice. Off to Park ...
In our early planning for this trip, we had stopped at
Yellowstone as we had no idea how long we would need to get here and see the
Park and did not know if we would enjoy the van camping, etc. One option was to move on to Nebraska after
Yellowstone to see Ruby’s family and then head back. We decided to keep at our journey(its fun and
we love it) and head to Montana, Idaho, and back to southern WY in a circle
... much I haven't yet seen in Laramie, so I headed back. There's a Women's History House that I intend to visit tomorrow. The first woman in the world to vote in a general election was Louisa Ann Swain. This took place on Sept. 6, 1870, in Laramie. Are there other women's museum anywhere in the world? By the way, Laramie is named after Jacques La Ramee, a French-Canadian mountain man, who was a trapper and loved to explore Wyoming.
... campus built around
a large quad is actually very attractive.
One of Laramie’s other attractions in the Ivinson Mansion,
home of an early banker and businessman and part of the Laramie Plains Museum
that is a fine example of a home of a prominent citizen in the days when the
West was being settled. I went on the very good hour-long house tour and
especially enjoyed the period furnishings and decorations.