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TravelPod Member ReviewsAntlers Hotel Vernal
What fantastic staff and a lovely welcome when we arrived. Our rooms were ready which was a blessing after a long ride on our bikes. The rooms were great; enjyed the pool and well situated so we could wander into town. Loved the experience
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... blood will drain from the thigh, so we walk around the town a lot and hike a little in an area where nature has preserved on rock Indian petroglyphs 2,000 years old.
Then we pack up and move on and camp at a reservoir outside a dried-up ...
... removed and preserved. A really huge collection of specimens. The story is that this is a river valley that flooded over 100 million year ago killing thousands of dinosaurs and washing away the remains of countless others that were already dead. Thus the mixture of intact and fragmented skeletons present.
At present we are sitting in very windy Rawlins, Wyoming having finished our ...
It is hot and we have to cross the desert plains before we can get back into the mountains.
About 50 miles along we stop to refuel. Ahhhhh where's my (Tom) credit card? We check everything and can not find it. Trying to think when we last used it we realised we must have left it at the restaurant the night before. I cannot remember how we got the phone number ...
We left Jackson this morning around 10:30. We had a relaxing morning; did some more laundry, caught up on the blog, ate breakfast, showered, etc.
Jackson is a great little western town. A lot of the buildings look like the old west. I would have liked to stay and walk around the historic district a bit, but unfortunately, parking the RV in town was just not going to happen.
We decided to ...
... Allosaurus skulls yet discovered, as well as the bones of Stegosaurus and Camarasaurus, amongst others.
It is funny to see how locals have jumped on the Dinosaur bandwagon. Without much else to draw tourists to the area, who can blame them. One particular town in Colorado is even called Dinosaur, and named all it's streets after different Dinosaurs.
[2230 miles on the ...