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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 ...
... we will see in Yellowstone or the Grand Tetons. Can't wait!
Our stay at the River's Edge RV and Cabins Resort has been both enjoyable and convenient. I wouldn't call this a destination campground, more of a stop-over, easy on and easy off the highway. We are less than a quarter-mile from the highway, but far enough that there ...
From our RV Park, we can see the long mountain range that leads up to Casper Mountain which is part of the Laramie Mountains. It overlooks the city of Casper and the surrounding area with an elevation is 8130 feet above sea level. Epping, NH, (The Center of the Universe) has a top elevation of 157 feet. A bit of ...
... of the old West, I learned by watching old TV and movie westerns, not exactly a true depiction of what the frontier west was like.
We visited several attractions; the Wyoming State Museum, the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, the Governors' Mansion and the Cheyenne Botanical Gardens. We also stopped at Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, which ...
... my car to the gas station. To say thank you I bought them lunch at Denny's. They where so nice to me. I learned a lot about them and this town.