I knew the Indian Village was open when I heard the flutes playing. A family moved closer to the center ring to sit on the carved benches. A handful of people were chosen to participate in a performance. And others wandered in and out of the shop fronts, looking at dream catchers, pots, turquoise jewelry and other wares.
Are you planning to attend any of the Cheyenne Frontier Days' Parades?
If you work up an appetite while watching the horses, carriages and bands march through downtown Cheyenne, stop by the First United Methodist Church at 108 East 18th Street for a reasonably priced lunch.
Nancy (the kind hearted), Teri Landreth & Steve Cooper strike a pose.
Last Friday started bright and early (4:30am) getting ready for an all day Adopt-a-thon at The Cheyenne Animal Shelter. A grand success for the animals that found new homes and some new ground breaking ideas that made it most unique. I
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