Cheyenne, Wyoming - September 12th, 2009

Wyoming Capitol building in Cheyenne
Wyoming was the first government in the world to grant women suffrage (December 10, 1869) and was thus named the "Equality State"

Esther Hobart Morris helped grant women equal suffrage

View down Capitol Ave from the top of the steps

Lengthwise view of Capitol w/sign

Buffalo statue on the north side of the Capitol

Spanish American War volunteers memorial

Liberty Bell replica stands at 24th & Carey

South side of Capitol with bucking bronc statue

Two views of the bucking bronc & cowboy statues

Known as & represents The Spirit of Wyoming

Interesting tree on the Capitol grounds

Orange berries of the Oak Leaf Mountain Ash

Nice architecture across 24th Street from . . .

. . . the capitol which is now a funeral home

Straight on shot of the Capitol's gold dome

Down the road is the Governor's Mansion

Staying 2 nights at Cheyenne's Historic Plains Hotel

Built in 1911 and features The Capitol Grille

What to do tonight, look out the window, RIB FEST

Behold Cheyenne, the busy capitol city of Wyoming!

Take care of the means & the end will take care of itself

Which barbecue style to try . . . ?

$15 for a half rack of North Carolina Delight

Grab breakfast at the best joint in town

Enjoy the Luxury Diner's famous Corn Beef Hash

View of the luxurious & Historic Plains' Lobby

Lobby lighting has the nine planets shown

Our top floor room were 2 left most white bldg. windows

The Lincolnway Street entrance of the Plains Hotel

View of southbound Lincolnway, AKA I-80

Northbound Lincolnway & both Plains buildings

Locals hold a carshow near the Transportation Museum

The 8,835 ft alt. high point stop on the Lincoln Highway

Where our sixteenth statesman silently stands sentry

Yo, did you try the Bison Meatloaf at The Plains Hotel?

You bet, Abe!   It rocked!

Cattle enjoy the untamed and scenic land along I-25 driving back to the Wyoming/Colorado border

We had a great time and hope to come back soon!