Best Western Dinosaur Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Dinosaur Inn Vernal
Clean rooms, nice pool, and very good front desk service
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... town called Clearview. We do a good, hilly ride on paved roads there, but the reservoir is very low, the drought in this part of the country going on four years. The area feels beat up, overused.
The smoke of large northern California ...
... meal and an extra 4 hours of driving, in hope that we can make the short stint to Casper, Wyoming in the morning and get the Black Tank Valve issue fixed so that we can all "give a s#*t in the comfort of our own home.
Too much information, I know, but everyone expressed an interest in keeping up to date so....you get what you asked for....love to all. Sleep well and pray for good potty karma. ...
... we rang to see if they had found it, fortunately they had. The choice now is do we go back
(Tom has an aversion to going back so this was a problem) or risk telling the restaurant to destroy the card. Tom thought on it over a cold lemonade and decided to take the risk. We now had to think how we're would get the replacement. We carry on.
... the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area on the southern border of Wyoming. We drove on Route 191 south and saw a lot of antelope herds on the way. We went through every kind of terrain you could name. Some of it was beautiful and some of it was boring.
The Flaming Gorge was spectacular. The Green River runs through the area and there is a dam that forms a lake that is very blue. John ...
... in this section of the river that we really must leave early.
The exit of Whirlpool Canyon is as dramatic as its entrance, with the huge curved mountain cut through by the river, but then all of the sudden we are in the almost flat Island Park. The river widens, and sandbars abound. It is a challenge to decide which channel to take. Over seven miles of seemingly endless flat water we had only a few short sections of sand bars which we had ...