My Journey To Mount Rushmore
Most of my recent travels have been to smaller, lesser known destinations like Greenville, South Carolina, and a random, rural town in southern Illinois. As much as I enjoyed experiencing those places, I was beyond excited when my Godmother invited me to come along on a trip to Mount Rushmore.
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I grew up 40 miles east of New York City, so the western United States amazes me. Last week, I joined my parents and my brother on an adventure through northeastern Colorado and southwestern Wyoming. We hit Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Cheyenne (along with their surroundings).
Fun Fact: Wyoming is the least populous state in the country. With a population of 64,019 (2016, Google), Cheyenne is its biggest city.
We only had one day in Cheyenne, but it was beautiful. If you get the chance to stop through, take it! Here’s how you can experience a taste of the West in Cheyenne, WY in just one day.
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