Cheyenne, WY High 89 Low 57
Known to the Arapaho Indians as “bito’o’wu” meaning “Land of the Earthborn Spirit, this recreation area has a small campground and attracts a large number of rock climbers and picnickers.
I wasn’t thinking ahead and didn’t bring a lunch. Stupid, on my part. But we had a wonderful time driving through the park and enjoying the amazing rock formations of Sherman Granite.
Part of the drive was through these beautiful trees. (I think they’re aspens but I don’t know trees any better than I know birds.)
One of the major reasons I wanted to stop in Cheyenne was to catch up with my boss, Marcie, from the IRS. She retired the same time I did and I haven’t had a chance to talk to her since.
She and her hubby, Brian, met us for dinner at the Outback. We had a fantastic dinner and spent 3 1/2 hours catching up and talking about how wonderful retirement is. Brian still has almost two years to go before he can join the rest of us. Poor guy.
You can sure tell we’re in Wyoming – the wind was blowing Marcie’s hair every which way.