Best Western Outlaw Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Outlaw Inn Rock Springs
The rooms very nice but weird how its set on a parking lot.
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When we arrived in North Platte yesterday, our trip mileage was 1963 miles @ an average of 45 mpg for fuel. Today we added another 400+ miles including a marvelous diversion over the Snowy Range Scenic Byway through some of the Medicine Bow Mtns. Highlights:
** Upon entering Wyoming, the highway speed limit went right up to 80 mph -- but …
After a good night's sleep, we headed out towards Salt Lake City in Utah. We were in a hurry because we had an 11:00 am appointment in Salt Lake City for an oil change for our beloved little van.
But first we crossed the salt flats, which was another world altogether: http://www.utah.com/playgrounds/bonnevi lle_salt.htm
Then after our Salt Lake City ...
... on shoulder of highway, looking at a large duffel bag. My guess: that bag contained a dead, possibly dismembered body, or I could be reading too many crime novels (thanks, Blackburn!) *Wildlife watch: saw the first antelope outside of Laramie; watched a huge hawk swoop down and take off with a sizable rodent as I was driving. I'm eating breakfast and looking at the atlas to decide where to go ...
... from the mess, did suggest that they probably should put up a warning sign pertaining to the cavernous dip in the road. Hm, WE AGREE. Judging by the number of deep gouges, I bet there are dozens of other rv'ers who would support some warning signage. Building memories. ;) 8:45 PM Now, safe and sound on flat ground in the Walmart parking lot in beautiful Rock Springs, Wyoming. Tomorrow, On the road ...
... for settlers to come through that area, and on the other side of the highway the land had been cleared off and planted to alfalfa with quarter-circle irrigation systems in place. Speaking of those interesting corn storage facilities, I forgot to describe them the first day I noticed them, but what I first noticed were some sort of house sized metal cage-like devices that looked sort of like large, circular bird cages with kind of ornate bell-shaped tops. When I saw ...