Big Boots, Cheyenne Depot, Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA

We powered through delays due to snow storms and road closures, stops at a bison ranch coming from Denver, Colorado, but we eventually made it to Wyoming! Road closures even blocked all the roads to Wyoming and we had to wait for about 30 minutes at a rest stop for them to open roads due to a snow storm that had closed the whole freeway the day before. We arrived in the capital city, Cheyenne, and were greeted with isolated roads. It was a Sunday after all. After seeing the Wyoming State Capital Building, we went directly down the street to the Cheyenne Depot, a past Union Pacific Depot. Located outside the building is this 8 foot tall boot, among many that are painted by local artists to illustrate the history of both Wyoming and Cheyenne. The display is called the Cheyenne Big Boots!

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3 comments

  1. Hello, I am very touched by the prcoejt and the work you did with Homes of Living Hope. My son’s school is also involved with creating doctor examining rooms in a large metal crate, through Homes of Living Hope. I was wondering if you could give me some insight as to who you used to ship your home when it was complete and who paid for this delivery. Our school at this point in time has all of the supplies they need to build, but the teacher lead me to believe that he is not sure how to ship it or how to pay for the shipping costs. Any information you can supply me with will be greatly appreciated!Susan ZienkiewiczNew Jersey

  2. Hi! my name is Andy Young and i am as student at Reagan hsogichhol in San Antonio. I found out that you need donations from TAC and Trent Kimbal. My ROTC unit is planing a service activity and I have been asked to research ideas and present them to be voted on. I was thinking about raising money through a carwash, bakesale, etc. A girl named Sierra should have already sent a message to you. I still have to pitch the idea and it has to be voted on. So if it is chosen, We will try to raise and donate as much money as possible. Thank you very much. Good luck Brother Fuller and family, you will be in my prayers.

  3. You mean I don’t have to pay for expert advice like this anymore?!

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