BEST WESTERN Laramie Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in, but there were no houses or ranches anywhere nearby. Also we saw many pronghorn antelopes hanging out with the cows! After seeing pronghorn antelopes at the San Diego Zoo, and being surprised to see two in Yellowstone (they're supposed to be rare,) they were all over the place in rural Wyoming.
The landscape changed multiple times driving through the country. Just outside of the Grand Tetons, the area was still a piney forest. I was ...
... through the centennnial
valley of mostly blm lands. The road is long, rutted and dusty and surrounded by
cattle grazing on dry hills. The road
apparently warrants an I 15 insterstate interchange in Idaho near
Spencer ID, where we headed south on I 15 to Camas National
Wildlife Refuge, about 50 miles south for a visit along our way south to Idaho falls where we hoped to
find a powered campground with showers.
... Laramie. We didn't know what would await us. On the way, about 20 miles out of town, Bill says" I hope this isn't a college start weekend?" How right he was. Our hotel books didn't have any listing for Laramie. We don't have an Phone. So we pulled into town.Activated our GPS and were heading for a Comfort Suites when we say a Hilton Garden Inn, brand new, booked. They directed us to a Hampton, brand new, booked. Back to the Comfort Suites, ...
... to fly from Laramie to Denver to Los Angeles to Bankok, Thailand (The Land of Smiles)and then onto Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand toward the notorius Golden Triangle. Chiang Mai, founded in 1296 as the first independent Thai state, Lanna Thai (1262 - 1556, "Kingdom of One Million Rice Fields". I will tell what it all looks like when I see it. Until then ...
... There we were brushing our teeth in a gas station parking lot surrounded by stretch limos and 10 million people who looked at the jumpers on top of my car with silent dismay....however possible it is to stand out in Vegas. We took turns driving, sleeping, and filling up the gas tank. We arrived in Bakersfield sometime in the middle of the night and woke up Sunday morning in the host hotel parking lot. We were met by TC Baker from Purdue...we would hang out with the Purdue ...