Today was "Super Day" in Cheyenne, a big event celebrating outdoor recreation at one of the city parks. It was packed. We drove near the park looking for a parking place (I didn't want to have to walk too far because of my newly repaired knee) but had to give up. Looked like fun, though, with lots of displays and activities. I think most of Cheyenne was there.
We did, however, successfully renew our brew pub tour with lunch at a Cheyenne pub called Shadows Brewing Company.
In other exciting news, there was a tornado watch out for part of the evening, and a tornado warning for some nearby counties. I told Jim before he goes to bed he has to have his shoes, a flash light, and Cooper's leash nearby. Then if our iPhone tornado app goes off, we're making a run for the restroom, which is the nearest sturdy-looking building. It's about 9 p.m. right now, though, and it seems calmer.
|Tourists at the old train depot and now visitors center, taking photos at one the oversized and decorated cowboy boots seen around the city.|
|A downtown Cheyenne ranch wear store on the corner of Capitol Avenue and 15th Street.|
|Looking down 15th Street.|