Monthly Archives: March 2017

Cheyenne Theatre: While the Lights Were Out (3/24 – 4/9/2017)

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The Cheyenne Little Theatre is performing the farcical comedy mystery play While the Lights Were Out from March 24 to April 9, 2017 at the Atlas Theatre, located on Lincolnway just a few yards away from the Wrangler western clothing … Continue reading

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Events: April 2017 in Casper

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Eric Church, country superstar, is touring the country with his Holdin’ My Own Tour. He will appear at the Casper Events Center on Tuesday, April 4. Tickets are still available and start at $19. Casper College Ropin’ and Riggin’ Days … Continue reading

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The Travel Collector

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People visit sites throughout the United States for a variety of reasons. New Orleans for Mardis Gras; Orlando for theme parks such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, LegoLand, GatorLand; Manhattan for Broadway plays, and so on. The more … Continue reading

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On this day: March 26, 1890 – call for statehood for Wyoming

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In the Journey section of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle today, Sunday, the headline was, “On this day in 1890, Territorial Delegate Joseph M. Carey introduces a bill calling for statehood for Wyoming.” Come summer, Cheyenne will be celebrating its 150th … Continue reading

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Tiny Towns Project: Burns (pop. 300)

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I visited Burns, Wyoming for the first time on March 21, 2017. It was on a whim – I was originally heading east on Highway 80 to Pine Bluffs (37 miles away from Cheyenne, on the very cusp of the … Continue reading

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Cheyenne: Lincolnway Historical Marker

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Stand at the corner of Capitol Avenue and Lincolnway, in front of the Historic Cheyenne Depot (which is your landmark/rendezvous point for exploring Historic Downtown Cheyenne.) Depending on your point of view, it is either ironic or fitting that Lincolnway, … Continue reading

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Nebraska Brochure Box: Golden Spike Tower

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Golden Spike Tower: A panoramic view of the world’s largest rail yard. More trains than you can keep track of Watch thousands of railcars everyday! North Platte, NE GoldenSpikeTower.com Bailey Yard Enjoy a panoramic view of Urban Pacific Bailey Yard, … Continue reading

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Nebraska Brochure Box: Discover North Platte

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Explore North Platte. You don’t have to be a master horseman to explore North Platte. However we do recommend facing forward. Discover the home of Buffalo Bill and the Golden Spike Tower overlooking Bailey Yard – the world’s largest railroad … Continue reading

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South Dakota Brochure Box: Rushmore Mountain Adventure Park

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A Mountain of Family Fun: Rush Mountain Adventure Park New in 2016: Rushmore Mountain Coaster – Ride the rails as you zoom down the side of Rush Mountain over pigtail bridges and whoops. You control the speed in the dounle … Continue reading

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Brochure Box: Travel Wyoming’s Historic Southern Corridor

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Wyoming’s “Historic Southern Corridor” refers to driving west from Cheyenne along I-80 to see the Wyoming cities dotting that route. It culminates in Evanston. If you go further on I-80 you’ll enter Utah. This is a fold-out brochure that has … Continue reading

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