BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We got nearly all the way across Wyoming. Just about 2 hours from Yellowstone now. There was heavy rain again today, off and on, and just frequent enough to decide to stay in a motel again. This time there was a pool so the kids could get all the energy out from being stuck in the car all day and we could soak in the hot tub. The Big Horn mountains were amazing to drive through with its immense canyon and hairpin turns. It was raining through much of it and even some snow flurries ...
... capturing wildlife
however, once in a while we get lucky :)
... along the Snake River. This is where we saw a small herd of buffolo right along the road. We made a big loop south and ultimately back north to Thermopolis.
One curious observation, the folks out here take great pride in the height of their mountains. No less than 3 people mentioned to us that in the east, the mountains tops aren't as high as the base of the mountains out west.
Just a 30 miles or so drive to Thermopolis. Checked out the tourist stuff. Mainly the thermal springs. We decided not to go into the pools etc for a swim as there has been some news stating that there is a bad virus in the Thermopolis, Tetons & Yellowstone, lots of sick staff and visitors. Can be transmitted via water. Once again, couldn't find a vacancy in any of the RV Parks at Thermopolis, due to a Rodeo on the weekend. So drove back towards Shoshoni ...
... blue skies, the weather radio on our cb radio reported an incoming storm with high winds and snow accumulation at higher elevations. Exiting Interstate 90 at Buffalo, Wyoming, we checked in with the visitor's center. The elderly local on the desk advised us to re-think our plans as the storm was projected to be the first blast of winter to hit the area. What to do, what to do?
The weather was perfect, so it was hard to give up on our plan ...