C'mon Inn of Casper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Packed up and prepared for the second part of my trip, that being Las Vegas. Went through the Back Hills again to Four Corners, then on to Sundance and finally up to the Devils Tower. I went looking for UFO's in Roswell on my last trip to the US, didn't find any so though I would try find a ...
... museum on the grounds that explained the context of the forts development to protect settlers in the area since the US broke the treaty and allowed settlement in Indian Territory. They had uniforms and fire arms as well as Indian clothing. The displays then talked about the development of the city of Casper. One of the pieces that we found interesting was that back in the 1930's the police were doing such a good job enforcing prohibition ...
... coming from the top of the gray water tank (thank heavens not black water – septic). Our new theory is that there is a leak near the top of the gray tank and when it gets too full it overflows. I will need to check this out tomorrow when we shower and the tank is empty. If so we should be able to get by just dumping the tank every two days – we used to be able to go three before the water would start backing up in the bottom of the ...
... a grass fire started by fork lightening. In less than ten minutes, three emergency fire vehicles passed us on their way to put out the fire. We are again boondocking at a Walmart; however, tonight we have a beautiful view out our window and there are no noisy trucks surrounding us. We've rented a Red Box movie and are tucked in for the ...
... we were passing through Hot Springs on the way to Casper, so why not check it out.
As the tourguide explained, Mammoth Site is a place that about 26,000 years ago was a sink hole filled with water. Thirsty mammoths, always teenage males, tended to fall into the water, and unable to climb out, would drown. 61 of them so far, and they're still digging. there were a few other animals, but evidently the sink hole was a mammoth magnet. ...