Quality Inn & Suites Laramie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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**Playing with words for my own entertainment...
The moisture followed gravity down the golden-turned-dark strands to the very point of her paintbrush-like pigtail. And dripped. Droplet by droplet onto her sun-browned shoulder. She was hunkered down, the bottom of her bathing suit touching her heels and her chest folded over her thighs, as her fingers worked the wet sand. The small, ...
Another day of driving was planned, so we arose early, unhooked and hit the road. I-80 follows the Platt River which created the natural pathway for the settlers who traveled west. Part of the Oregon Trail followed along this route. Thus I-80 is called the Great Platt River Road. Coming from the east we first encountered the Great Platt River Road Archway Monument which spans the highway.
Along the highway at various rest stops ...
... there the next
We travelled south into Idaho
once we left west Yellowstone through the Gallatin National Forest crossing the
continental divide (for the 4th time?) and came upon the State Park
which was an rv campground on a lake in a treeless dry hillside. We asked the
attendant at the gate if she knew of any more campgrounds in the area; told her we hoped to go to red rocks lake nwr and it
... the supermarket for dinner. Sun was shining and light snow was falling. It is very dry snow too. Temperature still at zero degrees but wind chill is terrible. Lovely little town. Reminded us of Hokitika. Will head back to town tomorrow to check out the shops before heading to our next destination. Overnight it's going to be very cold and looking outside at 9pm shows a black car with a white dusting of powder ...
... some lovely countryside and then found a town called Dillon, so we drove across the dam and took photos of Lake Dillon.
After leaving Dillon, we headed to Grand Lake and had some lunch there. This was another small town with lots of people and mountain bikes.
We continued on and headed to the Rocky Mountain National Park. There was a fee to drive through the park of $20 per vehicle so we had to pay, as we had come too far to turn around. ...