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... earlier though, so I was pretty excited.
We made a stop at a hotel in Salt Lake City to pick up more passengers, and this is where Jess departed the tour and went to go and see her family in Park City. Those of us still on the tour bus then went to grab some lunch before heading back on the road. I went and grabbed a sandwich from Subway, and deciding to be super resourceful, bought some extra for dinner. The tour guide said ...
... pictures simply can not give the same physical connection that standing at an elevation of 8130 feet and being able to see an unobstructed view for miles. I know I've repeated myself in the last couple of blogs, but it is just that amazing. I love this country!
I've been told by several of our fellow campers that this is just a taste ...
... there were different routes available to descend. We chose the one less traveled (not paved). Seven miles down the mountain, through a myriad of scenery and terrain, we finally reached the foothills and then back to Casper.
Another reason to be thankful to the Creator.
Bye for now. Stay well.
... into central Wyoming has been such a dramatic change in the landscape and terrain, especially for a couple of Eppinites. Not only is the land itself so significantly different from the New England and Mid-Atlantic states, but the Western Culture is a lifestyle that has developed over decades of hard work, bravery, stamina and an incredible sense of humor. What I knew of ...
- 10:00 a.m. woke up and got gas. Then headed to Casper, Wyoming which is 265 mile.
- 2:00 p.m. I ran out of gas one block away from the gas station. That was so upsetting. but lucky for me this nice man and his son saw me on the side of the road ...