Americas Best Value Inn Covered Wagon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... over the sky as if I was looking at a watercolor painting. The darker clouds prevailed as we sped towards the Wyoming state line, and suddenly I realized how tired I was. We pulled up to our hotel in Lusk, Wyoming after hours of driving through farmland, traintracks, and towns with populations of 4. After having to convince myself I was not actually on an episode of Supernatual, I came to the realization that this cute wagon wheel decorated town is actually what small town USA is ...
Triangle 4 Cafe. Decent food. Typical western flare. Tried Rocky Mountain Oysters for the first time. Can't compare them to anything; not terrible, just different.
My mother is still very uncomfortable. She finally ended up taking her helmet ...
We left Cheyenne around 8:30 am. Terry Bison Ranch is only a few miles away from Colorado so we hoped back on to Hwy 25 S. As we were driving we noticed more crops growing on the vast farmlands - wheat and corn, etc. Coal trains chugged along the parallel tracks - a frequent sight in Wyoming. Denver was quite smoggy as we approached and even the mountains were barely in view - a typical city with high rises. But ...
Wow, we are 30 days in to our trip as of today. We have driven about 5,000 miles, and through 13 states. We have only had about 30 minutes of rain while we were driving. And, we have had rain one night while we slept.
This morning, we left the RV park in Jackson, WY, and headed north through the Grand Teton National Park. We saw our first bison on the trip, ...
... The real attraction was Custer State Park Wildlife loop. This we had not done last time, so taking the winding and twisting Iron Mt road to the park we drove south through the park. And YES this Was the right way to end our trip. We saw tons of prairie dogs, and then we saw a few buffalo and then we were stopped by a buffalo migration. We sat on the road for about half an hour as buffalo after buffalo crossed the road. ...