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  • Day168

    Noch 60 Meilen, bis zum Ziel

    June 6, 2018 in the United States ⋅ 🌧 19 °C

    765 km waren es heute.

    Morgen geht es auf den Berg ⛰.

    Ein Tornado 🌪 wurde hier vor einer Stunde gesichtet.
    Wetter zieht an uns vorbei 👍

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  • Day12

    WY NE SD

    May 26, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Three states in one day. From Wyoming, across Nebraska and into South Dakota. Saw our first wild buffalo in Wind Cave NP, then visited Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse.

  • Day21


    September 29, 2002 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 17 °C

    Vandaag weinig miles te doen dus tijd voor een uitgebreid ontbijt in Kitty’s Grill. Burrito voor Dirk, eggs over easy voor mij. Burrito = gevulde taco met worstjes, geraspte aardappeltjes, ei, ajuin en paprika. geserveerd met 3 sausjes: Sour crème, guacamole en zachte chilisaus. Veel te veel voor mij.
    De afstand tussen Chugwater en Cheyenne is slechts 41 mijlen dus deden we express een omweg. De weg was zo eenzaamst de bestuurders goede dag zeiden in het voorbijrijden. Mooie kloof gezien, mooie ranches en af en toe mesa’s.
    Een mesa is een berg vaarvan de top breder is dan de hoogte. Alle the way to Cheyenne, State Capitol of Wyoming. Op zondag zo verlaten als een spookstad! Beetje window shopping en strolling around, vergeet het maar, één winkel open de Dirk kocht toch we cowboy boots zeker! Onze duurste uitgave tot hier toe.
    In een bar konden we eindelijk eens een goede pint pakken, want we moesten niet meer de baan op. Deze dag was onze reservedag omdat je bij rondrijden niet goed kan inschatten waar je eindigt op het einde. Picknick op de kamer met Subway sandwiches.
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  • Day3

    Cheyenne, Wy

    May 30, 2018 in the United States ⋅ 🌧 15 °C

    Glad to cross another time zone (mountain). Makes arrival time better. However, Rosie hasn’t adjusted so she wakes me up at 6:00am EDT no matter where we are. Gotta work on that.

    Big thunderstorm cleaned off all the bugs on arrival.

    Nice 80mph area on I-80 on way here.

    Sights are incredible from Kansas City. Pass miles and miles of plains, rolling hills and then the hills get bigger, leading to the Rockies.

    Anyone that thinks our country is overcrowded needs to get on I-70/80. Miles and miles of open country. Incredibly beautiful. The return trip will be more of a sight-seeing trip and we’ll have more pictures.

    Cheyenne is full of refineries....not very attractive but prosperous.

    Cool trains though. 4 engines in front, 1 in rear and over 100 double decker cars.
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  • Day15


    July 2, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 30 °C

    Wer in dem Teil der Rocky Mountains Touren unternimmt, für den ist Cheyenne ein guter Ausgangspunkt. Für uns war es eher eine Zwischenstation auf dem Weg nach Süden. Aber die Fahrt nach Cheyenne mit den vielen endlosen Geraden war mal was anderes und einen schönen Store für Westernklamotten haben sie auch in Cheyenne.Read more

  • Day17

    Trolley Tour

    May 7, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 22 °C

    Spontaneously we decided to buy tickets for the historic trolley tour (first open day of the year) and we were definitely glad we did! Our tour guide did a great job of outlining the historic roots of the town and the evolution through the years. The tour read like a good book detailing the escapades of cowboys, lawmen, cattle rustlers, and more. The town has done a great job preserving and restoring many historic buildings (although its shocking how frequently severe fires ripped through these old towns taking out many buildings).

    In July the town holds Frontier Days, an annual rodeo and Wild West celebration held in July. The rodeo itself sounds epic, and the town holds special tours, staged shoot-em-ups in town, and an old frontier town. As you can imagine, the celebration draws in 200,000 people! It must be absolutely crazy to see.
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  • Day17


    May 7, 2018 in the United States ⋅ 🌫 22 °C

    We pulled into Cheyenne last night and found our RV Park. We plan on exploring Cheyenne and Laramie today and get back on the freeway tomorrow.

    Cheyenne is a cute town of about 60,000 that was founded when the Union Pacific started building the railroad through the area. Next the cattle barons moved into town and started ranching. It sounds like it definitely deserves its Wild West reputation!

    We ate brunch at the R&B cafe which is decorated throughout with Elvis memorabilia. Best breakfast burrito I think I’ve ever had!
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  • Day8

    Mike and Tina's (Cheyenne, Wyoming)

    July 2, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    We're now in Cheyenne, Wyoming with Michael and Tina Pare. It's been way too long since we have seen everyone. Our great nieces Keara and KeAhna have grown so much. Another first... we met our new 8 month old niece KaMare. And tonight we have 2 guests with us in the RV.Read more

  • Day218

    August 23-24

    August 24, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 77 °F

    We arrived at A. B. Camping in Cheyenne, Wyoming on Wednesday. After "setting up camp" we took a long walking tour of downtown Cheyenne, the Capital, which was closed for renovation, and visited the Wyoming State Museum. http://wyomuseum.state.wy.us/
    We started our day on Thursday at Terry Bison Ranch, we weren't too impressed... saw barnyard animals, ostriches and camels but the bison were grazing too far away to see. http://www.terrybisonranch.com/
    We next stopped at the Southwest Wyoming Welcome Center then rounded up our day at the Historic Governor's Mansion http://www.wyohistory.org/encyclopedia/governors-mansion and the Cheyenne Botanic Garden. http://www.botanic.org/
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  • Day220

    August 25-26

    August 26, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 81 °F

    Friday we took a beautiful hike to Hidden Falls on the Crow Creek trail in Curt Gowdy State Park. http://wyoparks.state.wy.us/index.php/places-to-go/curt gowdy
    We then headed into and over Medicine Bow National Forest on our way to downtown Laramie where we had lunch before touring the Wyoming Territorial Prison.
    http://www.wyomingterritorialprison.com/ On the way back to camp we stopped at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Monument http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/8450 and the Ames Monument https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ames Monument
    A full day of touring.😊
    Saturday we spent the morning at Cheyenne's Farmer's Market. Got us some fresh roasted green chilis and an all you can fill bag for $10 of produce:
    green and wax beans, zucchini, eggplant, purple carrots, beefsteak tomatoes, cucumbers, leeks, dill and corn.
    It was Zombie Fest weekend so we watched the zombie walk too.
    Spent the afternoon with our neighbors, Joe and Joanne, who also are fulltime RVers and hikers extraordinaire.
    We really enjoyed our time in Cheyenne.
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You might also know this place by the following names:

Cheyenne, شايان, Горад Шаен, Шайен, Шайенн, Σαϊέν, شاین، وایومینگ, שאיין, Շայեն, CYS, シャイアン, 샤이엔, Cheyenna, Šajenas, Šaiena, Шаен, शायान, चेइनी, شاین, 82001, शेयेन्, Šajens, Шајен, செயென், Шаєнн, شاین، وائیومنگ, 夏延

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