|Leah, my Cheyenne rescue sniffs a tree as the sun rises|
In Holiday Park.
Now it seems, it's time to hit the road again, and I'm a little sad to be leaving this place. Cheyenne is not the easiest place to live if you've inured yourself to larger metropolitan areas the way I have. The winter was as cold as everyone had promised, and sometimes the city does feel like ghost town. Cabin-fever is a real thing, and I found myself going out a lot just to make sure there were other people in the world.
I don't know if I'll return to Cheyenne again for anything more than a visit. I hope so, however. This town has an interesting character to it, and frankly the people here are truly decent, which I think is the most important feature of any place one might consider living.
In any case, if you've never had the opportunity to visit here's a taste of just some of the awesomeness that is Cheyenne, Wyoming. A more complete set of my photos from Cheyenne can be found in this Google Photos Album.