Monthly Archives: May 2017

Brochure Box Evanston: Captive Animal Program Bear River State Park

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Brochure Box: Transcriptions of tourist brochures published by city and state tourism agencies. If we’ve written an article about the subject of the brochure, we’ll share links to that article or articles as well. Captive Animal Program Bear River State … Continue reading

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Welcome Centers: Loveland Visitors Center, Colorado

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Loveland, Colorado is situated just off I-25. Its exit, US-34 W, is popular not only for people going to Loveland but also going to the Colorado resort town of Estes Park, as well as Rocky Mountain National Park. But Loveland … Continue reading

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Museum: Wyoming State Museum

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The Wyoming State Museum is located in Wyoming’s state capital city, Cheyenne, and housed in the Barrett Building, at 2301 Central Avenue. There is no charge to enter the museum. Donations are accepted. The Barrett Building was named after Frank … Continue reading

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Locally Restaurant Review: Family Kitchen Mexican Restaurant

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This is a review of a locally-owned (as opposed to chain) restaurant in Cheyenne, Wyoming. My plan, for each Mexican restaurant that I visit, is to have the same thing – the Chimichanga plate. So far I’ve stopped in at … Continue reading

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Ballet Wyoming: An Interview with Kathy Vreeland

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Ballet Wyoming’s 2017 ended on a high note, with two performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, based on the play by William Shakespeare, at the Cheyenne Civic Center. (Also performed this season was Peter Pan.) Ballet Wyoming’s director, Kathy Vreeland, … Continue reading

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Colorado: Fort Collins Foodie Walk

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Fort Collins, Colorado is a city of about 160,000 people. From Denver on I-25 north it’s about a 60 mile drive. If you’re starting from Cheyenne, it’s only 46 miles south on I-25. Every third Friday in a new month, … Continue reading

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Events: May 2017 in Casper

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Casper, Wyoming is about a two-hour drive north on I-25 from Cheyenne. It’s in Casper that probably a hundred thousand people are going to be gathering in August 2017 for the Great American Eclipse. (But then, practically every town along … Continue reading

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Cheyenne Historical Marker: Mt. Sinai Congregation

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The first permanent Jewish house of worship in Wyoming no longer exists. This marker commemorating it is situated at the corner of Pioneer and W 20th street. The building now taking up the entire block is the Laramie County Governmental … Continue reading

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Cheyenne Historical Marker: 1984 Rainsford National Historic District

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From your landmark of the Historic Cheyenne Depot, this location is just about 4 minutes away with average traffic. Drive east/right on Lincolnway – past Central, then Warren, then House, Evans, Van Lennan, Maxwell, Seymour, Pebrican and Russell. After Russell, … Continue reading

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Product Review: minipro vent universal smart phone mount

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A relative gifted me with the minipro vent (that’s its name, all lower case) universal smart phone mount. I assume he got it from Fry’s Electronics, because it doesn’t seem to be available through Walmart. There are plenty of dashboard … Continue reading

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