We had a gloriously sunny day today and broke camp and rolled west out of North Platte. The highway was smooth and dry and slowly gained altitude as we put the miles behind us.  But then, SHOCK!!! When we reached Cheyenne, THERE WAS SNOW ON THE GROUND!! And the further west we went, the deeper it got. At the top of the pass, it looked like there was about 2 to 4 feet, with drifts in the ditches around 6 to 8 feet deep.  Then, as we dropped down into Laramie, the snow thinned out.  We are camped in Laramie tonight, with a smattering of melting snow in the grass of the campground.


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One Response to Laramie

  1. Goblinmama says:

    Oh, MJ! My dad was raised in Wyoming after being orphaned by the age of 6. When my mother asked him what the seasons were like out there (she was from the Buffalo, NY area and a major City Girl), my dad said “Two: 4th of July and Winter”.

    Goblinmama (the late Beelze-Cat’s mom)

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