Comfort Inn Scottsbluff
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... hung limply from their masts. This relieves the buildup of pressure on chest and face, but with the added benefit of no buffeting from on coming traffic.
Leaving Lovell and heading south on WY789 for those of you following along at home I followed the Big Horn river for sometime through a slot canyon full of twisties and tunnels. The variations of scenery were amazing through the area, in one short 5 minute period we ...
... wasn't just grassy plains that the folks heading west along the Oregon Trail encountered. We took the shuttle to the top, which offered spectacular views of the surrounding landscape & towns, then hiked down. We figured that would be much easier than hiking up it! We also walked on a portion of the actual Oregon Trail. Our journey across the plains the last week or so has been long & boring. I can't even imagine doing it with a ...
... we had to put up the smaller tent :-( At least we should have some good ventilation tonight! It's great to be back on the road after our stop in Lincoln! Trip Summary 2591 miles driven 53:16 hours in the car 17.5 miles on the trail 13 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 1 National Parkway 1 National River 1 National Military Park 2 National Monuments 4 National Historic Sites 1 National ...
After the night in Fernley, NV which I spent in a Super 8. I got the one of the last of 2 rooms and with the line of cars outside felt fortunate. The traffic tie up from the accident probably changed many people's plans. The RV parks would not accept tent camping, something to do with how they register with the state tourism board and I could not find one that did accept tents.
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... Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1997 and 1998
and often too summer trips to Lake McConaughy, a reservoir on the North Platte
River at the edge of the Sand Hills that’s sometimes called Colorado’s beach.
The North Platte River Valley is sometimes called Trails
West Country since pioneers traveling west along the Oregon, Mormon, and other
trails in the mid-1800s mostly traveled along this route because of an easy