Snowcapped Wasatch Mountains east of Salt Lake City

Park City, Utah, where the 2002 Winter Olympics were held A long freight train parallels the highway. The Utah-Wyoming state line.  Note the orange barrels. - We'll be seeing thousands of those through out the trip. I-80 in western Wyoming We see many interesting rock formations along the highway.
We go through one of the formations via a tunnel. We stopped for a break and took a walk to stretch - our legs.  We found lilacs blooming everywhere! About 35 miles out of Rawlins we saw thunderstorms ahead. - Just after we got our motel room in Rawlins it poured for about a half hour. Tuesday, May 24 - East of Rawlins we got into the rolling cow - country of Wyoming.  Note all of the snow fences.
The Great Platte River Road Archway Monument. -  Built across America's busiest east-west highway, it's a museum paying - tribute to the pioneers' westward journey and America's freedom of mobility. Wednesday, May 25 - After spending the night near Grand Island, Nebraska, - we arrived in Omaha.  We drove through the city to check it out. Thursday, May 26 - Crossing the Mississippi River as we left Iowa On Saturday, May 28, Larry hosted a Hot Boots - party at the Cell Block for users of his web site. -  Here is the group that gathered for dinner before the party. Sunday, May 29, in Chicago - The view of the Wrigley Building (left) - and Tribune Tower as seen from our hotel.

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