Country Cabins Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Well, we've dropped off 3 parcels ( neon signs) at the postal service, there are 2 more in the boot to pack. We are now heading to Salt Lake City. It will take about 8 hours. We have crossed the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming and have gone through a town called Rock Springs, about 5 hours into the trip. The whole town is surrounded by rock hills. It's quite strange. No greenery anywhere. But there was 2 Maccas though! Ha, they are everywhere. ...
Another long day on the road, punctuated by beautiful buttes, plateaus, and mountain landscapes, and just before we stopped, some storm clouds and a few cloudbursts! Another full hookup, 50 amp, pull-thru site, and we'll be on our way to Twin Falls tomorrow. I'm trying hard not to be sad about Zach going home...he's been an absolute delight to have with us. Love him to pieces.
... several restored historical buildings from the military time period, a reconstructed of the trading post operated by Jim Bridger, and an interpretive archaeological site containing the base of the cobble rock wall built by the Mormons during their occupation of the fort. All of these locations are signed ...
We had a lovely breakfast and went to load the bikes to find Brian has a flat tyre.
He removed the nail and plugged the tyre. We rode into Jackson to Jackson Hole Cycle and Saw and had a tube inserted.
It was a late start but it was a fairly boring straight road ride to Fort Bridger we booked into the Wagon Wheel motel it was old and rundown but very clean.
We had microwave dinners as no one felt like riding anywhere. We bought beers and margaritas and settled for the night.
... meccas to humanity. While others, lie barren of human development as far as the eye can see. What is it about a place that draws people to it? Not so much why does a metropolitan area maintain itself (that's obvious to me with self-perpetuating culture, variety of other people, activities, etc), but more how does it get started to begin with? Is it geographical? Historical? Coincidence? I don't have the answers, but I like thinking about ...