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Sep 26, 2015 - Cheyenne

We are just staying one night here - had a good drive to Cheyenne and the KOA is level and easy. It's next to the Pilot that is VERY busy - trucks sit in the road waiting to get in and are lined up once inside. We got our diesel for 2.28 per gallon - guess that's why so many trucks fill up here. We are right off the interstate so it's convenient for a one night stop.

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2015 Eagle trip

Sep 20, 2015 - Cheyenne, WY

Left Douglas KOA for Cheyenne, WY (132 miles, 3 hours). The drive was uneventful. We didn’t see too many pronghorn antelopes today. Stopped at a rest stop near Wheatland where it had a display of Wyoming stickers you can pick up and collect at various Wyoming Welcome Centers. Since we didn’t know about these stickers until now, we didn’t start a collection. I took a picture of these stickers and from my count, we’ve been to 11 of 23 of these areas…not bad! On our way the Cheyenne KOA, we notice a Blue Beacon truck wash on exit 7 and got the...

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Sep 16, 2015 - Drive to Cheyenne

So we wrapped up a wonderful week in Rapid City seeing the sights in the Black Hills. Today, we head back to Cheyenne just for the night. We're not looking forward to the drive because the wind is howling and it goes from a head wind to a side wind and back again; it never was a tail wind. The good news is Joe has been in touch with Big Al's several times and they found the problem with the Jeep and fixed it. We will be relieved to pick it up. We took several breaks so Joe could stretch his fingers out and Foxy could stretch her paws. We...

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Summer 2015 & Beyond

Sep 6, 2015 - Drive to Cheyenne

A short driving day equals a leisurely start. I got Esther & Timmie checked out of the hotel and Joe hooked up the car and we were on our way north. The traffic was OK and lightened as we drove away from Denver. We decided to top off our fuel just before we arrived in Cheyenne. I splurged on hot cinnamon rolls for the four of us and Joe took Foxy for a walk. We checked us into the KOA and Timmie & Esther into the Best Western nearby. We were hoping to be able to get more accommodations for Timmie & Esther at cabins at the campgrounds; but,...

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Summer 2015 & Beyond

Aug 9, 2015 - Cheyenne

Daily Mileage--49 Total Trip Mileage--4184 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Aire is parked at A B Camping in Cheyenne. 50 AMP Full hook up, $40.00 per night. Warning--The last three photos are of my finger. It has healed up very nicely, considering it was hanging there. So if you do not want to see the photos DO NOT CLICK on photos 49, 50, 51. Saturday, Aug. 8--Enroute to Cheyenne, we stopped at Summit rest area to see The Lincoln Monument. In 1912 construction began on the first...

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Summer Trippin'

Jul 31, 2015 - Cheyenne, WY Area

We arrived in Cheyenne, WY on Monday, July 27th. We arrived after the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days, which included the "Daddy of 'Em All" rodeo. About 100,000 people come into town for this rodeo which brings in nearly 100,000 folks to this state capital which has a normal population of a little over 62,000. We tried to get here sooner but every RV park within 75 miles was booked. There was some overflow to Casper. We have checked out a few of the things to do here. We checked out a rest stop / visitor information center on I-80 just south...

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Where RV Now?

Jul 8, 2015 - On to Cheyenne

The drive from Lander to Cheyenne was relatively uneventful . We did encounter some rain that made driving between the 18 wheelers in the pass a little dicey. Once we got to I25 we decided to stay in AB Camping RV Park for the night. It is a much older park than we anticipated and the entry was a little tight especially since two other fifth wheels pulled in ahead of us. Someone quickly directed us out of traffic. We were pleased with cable TV and WiFi. When we turned on the TV to find some news we were confused by the time stamp in the...

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Jul 7, 2015 - Cheyenne, Wyoming

Today Ross & Marge left Rock Springs and headed for Cheyenne, Wyoming, a distance of 286 miles. The weather was overcast when they started out and as they progressed eastward the sky turned grey and they ran into some rain for a few miles and about twenty miles west of Cheyenne they ran into some light to moderate fog. They arrived at the Terry Bison RV Park at 1430 and we set up shortly after that. The road was very good for most of the way but they were several very short sections that mirrored California. Traffic was relatively light but...

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2015 New York Trip

Jun 19, 2015 - Terry Bison Ranch and Capitol of Wyoming

The two days in Loveland were pleasant as we went shopping and did the laundry. We also took Penny to a vet in Fort Collins. It was a very positive experience. Without the internet I would never be able to find the Friendship Animal Hospital. Penny had her shots that she needs at four months including her rabies shot. I don't know if it is the shots or not but she's been much calmer since yesterday morning. The staff at the animal hospital thought she was so cute that they took her from us and showed her around to staff and other clients....

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May 24, 2015 - Day two

Class reunion in Nelson NE. was great fun. 17 out of 33 Graduates were there. Really big class. HAHAHAHA We are 6xx miles down the road and in Cheyenne WY tonight. Camper pulling great and working great but TV stinks here. We did see deer and turkey and antelope today.

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May 3, 2015 - Rolling on to Custer SD

On to Ontario, OR and another Walmart boondock night. The to Delco, ID for two nights at the Village of Trees. We visit a place in the mountains called the City of Rocks. Great hike with the girls. To Rocksprings, WY and another Walmart. We're getting comfortable with this bookdocking thing. Also used the generator so we would have electricity and watch TV! Totally self-contained! We could live in this thing! Cheynne, WY for two nights to rest. Final push Monday May 3 to Custer. We will be there a few days early. We'll find a place to stay...

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Sep 29, 2014 - Cheyenne

Sue took a walk around the campground this morning and there is alot to see. This campground is a working Bison Ranch with 2500 in the herd. They have a small train that takes you out to see a small part of the herd. There are other animals here, too. There is even a restaurant. It would be a great RV Park but they have many long term residents and they are allowed to be as trashy as they want, which is pretty trashy. That along with the fact that it is right on the interstate, makes it a place we would not come back to. We drove into...

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Bison and Balloons

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