Best Western Cottontree Inn
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Nice restaurant! Clean place to stay. We enjoyed it.
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... We stayed at the Western Hills campground. Set up camp, Cameron realized he didn't have his knife. His favorite, kept it in his pocket all vacation. He bought it in Deadwood. I can tell it bothers him. They went back to the park To see if by chance it was there, no luck. They have mini golf here, so we used our free round and took all the kids, that was very "entertaining" lol. We had a good ...
Well, we've made it to Rawlins, WY. Spent last night in North Platte, Nebraska. Haven't focused on doing too much these past two days other than just covering distance and staying in the air conditioned car since its been in the mid-90's both days. We did manage to stop at a couple of antique stores.
We stayed over in North Platte specifically so I could visit ...
THURSDAY 6/26-Originally we were going to stay on the other side of Salt Lake City but we decided to go into Wyoming. I want to spend a few days in Cheyenne but we needed to break up the trip so we chose Rawlins. Mainly because there aren't many campgrounds between Green River and Laramie.
We left SLC under clouds but no rain (you can't count the 10 drops we had at the campground before leaving). Luckily we don't have to go over the mountains just thru the pass but it ...
We left Kansas, and Continued west. Kansas is still flat, and wheat everywhere. As we crossed into Colorado, we started to see alfalfa fields, and finally some hills. We went thru Denver and turned north on I-25. We passed Estes Park, and that brought back the memories of the many summer shows I went to there with Doug and Mike. So many good ...
The crew then settled in for the rest of the 10 hour drive to Kemmerer Wyoming where we will be going fossil hunting.
It was during this stretch of highway that our travelers engaged in various feats of bravery:
Andy decided he wanted to cross "shower at 75 mph" off his bucket list. Naked, slippery, blinded by soap, in a weaving bus, in a small room with glass doors....what could go wrong? Luckily nothing.
Marcus, with ...