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Just kicked it after a day of driven, not a lot of options here in S W Wyoming.
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In Rawlins we met a cowboy who was 113 years old. He was the oldest person ive ever met. he would just sit there and smoke a pipe the whole time. He was old and frail and needed help unloading his truck so i helped him and he paid me $60. I stayed at Rawlins KOA
... until 11:00hrs. The ride was indeed fast and easy, except for the last five miles climbing through the desert foothills. We were relieved to find plenty of water at Little Sandy Creek as the land had been completely arid for many miles. After the first 15 miles on the highway, it turned into a truly beautiful and unique ride. The landscape combining boulder strewn desert with sage bushes and beautiful bright autumn colours amongst the aspen. Tonight we built and started our first fire ...
... the wind is only about 20 mph and headed to the Carbon County Museum. It was one of the more interesting ones with history of the area, both Native American and the pioneers, local family memorabilia even fire engines. We did not realize that Wyoming is one of the largest producing state for coal and of course natural gas.
We drove around town, went to an antique store, stopped by grocery store and went home. By this time the wind is really blowing with intermittent ...
- It is now 1:44 in the morning and we are running low on gas so we fill up in Sinclair Wyoming.
- We grab coffee and a couple of some extremely unhealthy red bulls.
- Gas Cost: $44.28
- Drink Cost: Best $7 ever spent.
... laugh, whipped out his wicked sharp ceramic knife, boiled up rice and sauteed mushrooms with chicken for a delicious Marsala. Again at 75 mph. No one was severely burned.
Scott, looked into the black heart of a storm, checked the weather alert ("Hail damage to Vehicle is Expected"), clenched his jaw and commanded "drive on."
Bill and Tom, bravest of all, put up with us morons and drove the bus into the setting sun...