Miners Repose Bed & Breakfast
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... isn't a great location, but the hotel is really comfortable and has a great swimming pool. It was as far as we wanted to drive in one day anyway. All the town signs around here seem to show population and elevation - Rock Springs has a population of 23,276 and an elevation of 6,271 feet and that's about all there is to say about it. I'm glad we picked a decent hotel! Dinner was a Chinese in the nearby Bonsai restaurant, which made a nice change.
... could have stayed there all day taking pictures but we had to leave and make our way to Rock Springs, WY for the night. It was such an amazing drive. One minute you were in the mountains, the next you were surrounded by HooDoos (which make ours in Drumheller look small). We had booked tonight at a KOA for 2 reasons, the first being that after 3 days of travel we thought the kids might like to play in ...
... so we got on to I80 and headed for Rock Springs. We saw some very interesting clouds and skies along the way, especially around Elk Mountain. Continuing across, we actually saw some sunshine, then right back into rain. It is getting warmer, though. Even at 6975 feet, it is 53F. We crossed the Continental Divide at 7000 feet, at 4:47 pm local time, so now we are officially in the west. It was a long drive across, but we finally made it to Rock Springs around ...
Today is a long drive day. We started with a shared favorite - Cracker Barrel for a good breakfast. The Dickinson family introduced to Cracker Barrel on our first visit to Nashville and we have enjoyed its consistency on many of our road trips. After breakfast we made a stop at Walgreens in Fort Collins to stock up on water and a few road snacks. Next we visited a Best Buy and replaced the lost camera. The camera was on sale for a ...
... by a $750 fine. And here's some more Wyoming trivia. Wyoming has the smallest population and the lowest population density of the lower 48 states.
As we pierce the heart of Denver (who needs beltways when Google traffic reports the direct route is all clear), Bill starts to shake again. He can't decide which he hates more - 10% grades or city traffic diving, darting and jogging left and ...