When Cheyenne resident Glen Chavez woke up Saturday morning, little did he know he'd be driving to Utah to get a burger, but not just any burger.

Glen's wife, Annette, was craving In-N-Out Burger -- a fast food restaurant with locations in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Texas.

Glen asked Annette where the closest In-N-Out was and she said it was in the Salt Lake City area, roughly 450 miles away.

"Okay," said Glen, and the two hopped in their car and headed west on Interstate 80.

Seven hours later, after driving through some nasty weather, the two were feasting on Double-Doubles and fries.

"It was so worth the drive," they said.